Visiting and reporting from projects in the South of Europe
In Spring 2018 while being on our European tour – we will visit and document some of the new and existing projects in the Mediterranean basin.
Projects we visit:
- Beginning of March, Ernst Götsch is setting up new areas in the fire-stricken Portugal – we will be there to capture all his strategies and designs to cope with drought, fire and winds. We are curious to see his new systems with grapes and olives in union.
- Our next stop will be in the South of Spain to re-visit the systems that were setup by Ernst and the local team. Here we aim to report the actual status of the system, that is now one year old, it’s development through the seasons, the yield, the performance of the species and how the design overall developed.
- From Spain we hop over to Bella Italia – and will spend some time with practitioners in a more urban surrounding – the suburbs of Milano are getting ready to implement Syntropic Farming – let’s see how far they are!
Here our work is to
- do illustrations and map the systems
- do interviews
- capture experiences
- assess all the questions
This work will be reflected in articles and videos, graphics and designs on the Life in Syntropy platform.
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