The climate changes and the impact of intensive cultivations dictate a change of paradygm in agriculture (and not only). It’s from here that in 2012 we started, rethinking earth, moving close to it again, take care of it, planting trees: it might look insane but we have already planted more than 5000 of them and we don’t want to stop, the new habitat that was born gives us the strength to carry on. The salvaged biodiversity, butterflies, bees, woodpeckers, jays, hares and pheasants accompany us in our work.
We would like to to do like Jean Giono in the story “The man who planted trees” (1953) and like the mouse in the fable by Gramsci “The mouse and the countryside”, and reinforce the antique promise to protect our world and its beauty.
“To make yourself confortable means to surrender.”