Costa Rican farm practices regenerative agriculture to draw excess carbon down from the atmosphere

Signal of change / Costa Rican farm practices regenerative agriculture to draw excess carbon down from the atmosphere

By Iain Watt / 29 Nov 2017

Finca Luna Nueva is a small scale farm deploying a mix of regenerative agricultural practices in Costa Rica. It produces a range of spices, vegetables and fruits designed to optimize photosynthesis, draw excess carbon down from the atmosphere, and create carbon-rich topsoil:

 

Who We Are - Finca Luna Nueva

A Paradise and a Living Classroom Can we be both? A paradise and a living classroom? A place where families vacation and have fun, together with a place of learning? Yes, but don't worry - it's always fun. When you visit you'll often see members of our staff walking around with binoculars and cameras, tracking ...



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