The Mama Earth Foundation runs sustainable forestry in association with farmers who are profitably involved in lumber. The mahogany project is matured in concept and need now only being reproduced. I don‘t know of any forestry that contains so many social components, but I would like to be taught. And the good thing, everyone deserves it: farmers, investors and even the Foundation have income after the wood harvest to initiate further projects. Nature is the big winner.
Mama Earth Cacao stands for ecological agriculture and is followed very carefully here because we are in stark contrast to the work that pharmaceutical companies proclaim. We are happy to forego the side effects of the chemicals, which can be read on the package insert as with medication, but which are not included in the packaging. Simply listing the side effects of glyphosate here would go beyond the working report. There are just too many.
There is another way. Just show how it works. We do not refer to any secret formulas in the safe, we show our dirty hands when we come from the field. Because we have higher yields despite not using chemicals, farmers are increasingly asking us what we do differently and we are at the foundation of every agriculture, the soil.
Forests and fields working hand in hand. The drought in large parts of the world is difficult for agriculture. The formula is simple and always the same: little forest, little rain. The tropic countries are different, even if there are no forests. In Mindanao, in the south of the Philippines, summertime ends (April and May) and the weather is determined by the regular rain, which usually provides freshness in tropical showers at night. Everything turns green. This is how work is fun. Thank you for your precious time and do not forget to buy a tree.