Agroecology supports farming an agricultural production in such a way that does not impose any harm to environment and preserves biodiversity.
This means treating the farm like an ecosystem; caring for and regenerating soil, air and water. This approach encourages soil health and biodiversity and looks at how the farm and, more generally, our society, functions as a whole.
Circular farming with biogas
The innovative model of circular farming with biogas production is based on:
- managing agricultural residues and manure;
- reducing GHG emissions, such as CO2 and methane;
- increasing soil organic matter and biodiversity with sequential crops;
- using digestate as organic fertilizer;
- generating renewable energy as an additional income for farmers.