Syntropic Farming is composed of a set of techniques and principles that were pioneered by the swiss farmer and researcher Ernst Götsch.
The majority of all reference sights are however in Brazil. Little strong reference sights within Europe exist so far and the availability of information on how to practice Syntropic Farming within this climate is low.
We work closely together with Götsch to adapt these principles to the realities of our farm in the south of Portugal, where we have the goal to create a reference sight and learning center.
Adapt Syntropic Farming to the realities of the Mediterranean climate
Planting forests that show how the Mediterranean Basin could look like again
Create green oases and hotspots of activity for pollinating insects
Planting food to create forests - forests that produce high amounts of food