…are not only sustainable and healthy. For the inhabitants of Chyangsar and Ghunsa, organic cultivation has a very important aspect: they do not become dependent on artificial fertilizers, pesticides and hybrid seeds. This means certification ensures a broad support in the village and also allows you to achieve other prices on the market.
That’s why we want to enable selected women of the Cooperative in Chyangsar and Ghunsa a biological certification. In order to get these, they have to complete a series of trainings before that to learn all aspects of how to build and maintain a healthy system. Only by showing real alternatives to chemistry and internally can the ecosystem remain in balance. Because without sufficient knowledge, people will have to resort to chemistry sooner or later. The certification ensures the ecosystem in itself and the supply of nutrient-rich food is also secured for future generations. This is how people can be helped sustainably!
This initiative is funded by Fair Styria, Land Vorarlberg and the NFH among other things.