How did Ernst Gotsch, a Brazilian farmer, transform 1,200 acres of completely deforested land into a biodiverse, working farm? In spite of odds like drought? And strong winds?
He worked with nature, not against it.
“Life in Syntropy” tells the story of how Gotsch used agroforestry and organic regenerative practices—self-perpetuating systems found in nature—to accomplish what others told him would be impossible.
It’s a beautiful story. And a reminder that organic regenerative farms not only restore biodiversity, rebuild soil organic matter, restore local economies and provide healthy food—they also play a key role in carbon sequestration and cooling the planet.
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