Are we too dependent on grain growing today?
The evidence mounts daily of the damage done by factory farming and excessive grain cropping.
Can we develop farming methods not so dependent on grains to feed us and our animals?
Forest farming offer a way to do this by the planting of treecrops.
- Tree crops are proven high producers of food for mankind and animals.
- They reduce soil erosion.
- Improve soil health through better nutrient recycling and improved humus levels.
- While also reducing water pollution.
- Forests are natural cleansers of water.
- This will allow animals to self-feed and live in the comfort of an environment that resembles their natural habitat.
- And allowing wildlife to flourish.
Science tells us that biodiversity is at a crisis point.
The animals that live at Forest Farms will not spend their days cooped up in cages. They will be treated as beings of value as they spend their days in a safe and secure environments. Free to come and go as they please. They can forage for food – acorns, walnuts, mulberries, fruits and berries and much more. It is quiet here – peaceful and serene.
- A place of natural beauty.
- A place where food is plentiful.
- Hilltops are covered by trees that are as plentiful as the berries that grow on them.
- Valleys and terraces fill of lush green grass, grains and vegetables.
- Fresh clean water flows in the streams and rivers.
- A mystical utopia of everything humankind ever needed to live.