Using synthetic fertilizers, herbicides and pesticides to produce our food, in lifeless fields, causes pollution to the soil, our water and our air, and is not only among the primary factors of biodiversity loss but also a serious problem for our health. Not to mention the fact that animals are transformed into beings worth nothing but the price of their meat.
The project covers 22 hectares in the municipality of San Salvatore Monferrato (IT). It has a ten-year duration (2021-2030). with a total budget of €3,000,000.
Regenerating the soil
Safeguarding the fauna
Encouraging scientific research
Practicing forest nursery gardening
• store carbon dioxide produced in large quantities by industrial combustion processes, traffic and heating;
• influence weather conditions and improve the protection from noise pollution.
A regenerative agricultural system like that of Villa Fortuna, therefore, will contribute not only to producing raw materials such as fruit and vegetables but also to improving soil fertility, reducing erosion and water waste, providing habitats for bird and insect fauna, absorbing pollutants from the atmosphere and storing CO2, all of which help to mitigate climate change.
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