"(...) Paraguai says that in a single week he can collect parsley, chives, tomato, chicory, lettuce, rocket, cabbage, broccoli and leek. “He who understands the processes of #agroforestry doesn’t go back to conventional #farming. In order to sell their produce, 26 of the families created a #cooperative called Comuna da Terra, which delivers weekly baskets to consumers in the town. It follows a model known as community-supported agriculture (CSA)."
Nelson Correa, who was one of the pioneers of agroforestry in Mario Lago, defines it as a way of incorporating food production into the processes of nature. “In agroforestry we work to regenerate the environment,” he explains. “Productivity is a consequence of that regeneration.”
Commoning and cooperation are ALREADY saving the planet and feeding the people. How much more evidence do people need?
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