Should regenerative forestry meets indigenous wealth creation projects just write off impact investors and follow Ejido Verde’s crowdfunding model?
Looking back at our applications and what we have heard during the program, here are some of the key takeaways we’ve learned when it comes to new shared ownership models:
An occasional blog by Kevin Jones on discoveries, things figured out, while living on the Swannanoa River across from Warren Wilson College, 28778.
Fending off the ravages of climate change in Spain’s farmland may turn on how well its farmers can adopt new techniques that help restore their environment’s life-giving capacities. Dominique Soguel Juan Garcia Chacon examines his almonds on April 26 in El Cortijuelo, Almeria, Spain. He grows almond trees for a living and has modified farming methods used on the family farm in a bid to battle desertification.
“Agroforestry” – the practice of having trees as part of farms – is as old as agriculture itself. But as a field of scientific enquiry and policy making, it’s now marking its 40th birthday.