Farming for the future
“We believe combining nature and agriculture is the solution to regenerate natural resources, enabling us to pass on true capital to future generations.”
In regenerative agroforestry systems, trees, shrubs, annual crops and possibly animals are intentionally combined in order to create a self-supporting system that can produce a wide range of produce from human staple food crops, fruits, vegetables, to diverse animal products, feed, industrial raw materials; fibre, oil, timber and more, depending on purpose and scale.
The Forest Farmers offer regenerative agroforestry design, project development and implementation. We work goal oriented and make it happen.
We deliver a total design that is ready for implementation. This includes defining our client's goal, analyzing location factors, defining functions and elements, selecting the right species for production and biodiversity, sketching, drawing and presenting the final design.
We support and develop projects from the beginning to the successful completion. This includes topics such as land acquisition, business model development, market analysis, intergenerational agricultural development, international projects and more are also possible.
Once the design has been completed, we ensure a successful implementation. This includes the purchase of high-quality plant material and equipment, time and labour management, instructions, quality control and process monitoring.
Let’s plant more trees!
"The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second best time is now."Chinese proverb
During presentation, meetings, workshops, planting events and other occasions, we are frequently asked for the 1 book that provided us with our knowledge on regenerative agroforestry. The 1 book that has it all. Species, techniques, design skills & patterns, information on climate, soil, vegetation, economics, social aspects and more. The answer is ...
Over the past two months, a lot of hard work was done in the city of Hoogerheide. Many hands and spates dug hundreds of holes, planted a few thousand trees and shrubs and sweat getting woodchips on site, installing wooden poles and tearing down old fences. Following the design and development phase in summer 2018, this was the next step towards establishing the economically ...