TEACH REGENERATIVE AGRICULTURE PROTECT BIODIVERSITY IN GALÁPAGOS
Didier Galindo has more than 15 years of experience practicing and teaching permaculture and other regenerative agriculture techniques to locals in Ecuador.
After moving to the Galápagos Islands, he discovered only ONE farm that doesn't contaminate these precious ecosystems of with chemical products. His work teaching regenerative agriculture to locals is urgent.
In the upper part of the Islands, the landscape is similar to a rainforest. Many people have farms where they grow food using toxic products for the soil and animals.