Agroforestry, in perhaps the most simple terms, is the interaction of agriculture and trees on a single piece of land. The trees support the agriculture. The intent is not solely tree production, but a greater food yield and regeneration of the soil. And in our present reality of definite and looming climate change, the practice of agroforestry gives farmers and communities increased resilience and food sovereignty. At Common Ground we are designing a farm that mimics the intricate and interconnected structures of species diversity found in a (tropical) forest.
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