With the help of nature, we produce food for women and men while protecting the environment.
Our nature-based solution is based on 3 pillars
We master the constraints of the arid environment to create ecological and sustainable plantations.
Customized desalination modules that run on solar energy
Adapted tree plantations that produce food
Agroforestry software to create and manage plantations in arid environments
Our irrigation method
We use desalination of sea water and brackish water for the irrigation of our plantations. Thanks to the reverse osmosis technique and desalination units, we produce fresh water with a minimized environmental impact and optimized costs.
Thanks to the drip system
We use drip irrigation techniques to bring the water necessary for plant growth directly to the root system. Evaporation and water loss are minimized, reducing overall water consumption by 30 to 50%.
With a hydro-shrinker
We maximize the use of water thanks to a natural hydro-retainer, the biochar, capable of increasing the quality of soils, storing carbon but also retaining water in order to avoid its runoff. Thus we increase the water retention capacity of arid soils.
Our profitable and scalable plantations
An agroforestry strategy
Maximization of production and yield through a combined strategy of different cropping patterns
An ecological impact
Creation of carbon sinks and shelters for biodiversity
Production of dried fruits, nuts, cereals, fodder herbs and emission of carbon capture certificates
Our agroforestry software
We develop plantations specially designed for arid environments.
We manage plantations every day by collecting field and satellite data.
We monitor the management of the plantations with adapted economic and ecological indicators.
One year on 200 ha of our plantations
Paris → New York absorbed
(for one person in TeqCO2, DGAC data)
People fed for a dietary share of fruit
Through our plantations we create carbon sinks thanks to the aerial vegetative mass of the trees but also thanks to the refertilisation of the soil.
Preservation of biodiversity
Our agroforestry strategies create different types of shelters for biodiversity such as insects, small mammals and avian fauna.
We work on poor and eroded soils, victims, among others, of climate change. We revitalize and regenerate these soils to make them arable.
We produce food in areas of high food insecurity to work towards greater social and political stability.
We train tomorrow's farmers in agroecology techniques, while offering them employment in regions suffering from rural exodus.