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carbon farming solution cover photo - tell us more!

 
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Eric, I would love to know more about the cover photo: is it from a special project for keeping carbon, or an already existing example you found about? or...
What is planted and where is it?
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Hi Xisca, it is a citrus farm in Uruguay. Looks like they are being intercropped with eucalyptus. We paid an aerial photograph artist for the right to use it. It's sort of it encapsulates the notion of a new kind of agriculture doesn't it?! Eric
 
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Well yes!
It is agriculture in line,
AND it is esthetic,
It is near water,
occupying all the ground,
looking like a wall on the outside, protecting.
Green.
 
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