Ernst Gotsch, a Swiss biologist who emigrated to Brazil is pioneering a new way of agriculture in Brazil’s semi-arid regions.
Syntropic agriculture increases, rather than decreases, biodiversity and wildlife by mirroring the local ecosystem. Instead of having just one species dominating a landscape a variety of plants grow in one area which keeps nutrients and water in the soil instead of stripping them out.
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