Ecological models of mountainous and semi-mountainous areas

Organic farming combines modern science and innovation with respect for nature and biodiversity:
This model provides healthy farming and food. Protects soil, water and climate. It does not pollute environment with chemicals and does not use genetically modified crops. Food control and agriculture is in the hands of local producers.
• Reasonable food production
The aim of this model is to reduce the use of arable land for biofuels as well as food waste.
• Biodiversity
The aim of these practices is to protect natural habitats, which are vital for the conservation of biodiversity.
• Maintaining soil health in a sustainable way and providing cleaner water
This model protects soils from erosion, pollution, and increasing their acid content. With the increase of organic matter in the soil, where necessary, we can improve the ability and retain water.
• Environmental pest control
This model allows farmers to control pests and weeds - without using expensive chemical pesticides, which can harm soil, water, ecosystems, and the health of farmers and consumers.
• Durable food systems
Growing different crops is an extremely reliable way to make our agriculture resilient to increasingly unpredictable climate change. Well-maintained soil, rich in organic matter, is much more able to retain water during drought and much less prone to erosion during floods. .