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TERRA Luxembourg
TERRA Luxembourg
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Eicherfeld , Luxembourg, LU
Climate zone:
Cool Temperate

Nicolas Lemoine
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TERRA Luxembourg

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Commercial, Community, Educational

Project Summary

Transition and Education for a Resilient and Regenerative Agriculture

Project Description

Since early 2014, the people of TERRA have been busy preparing the soil at a beautiful 1.5 hectare  orchard in the Eicherfeld, just 10 minutes away from Luxembourg City.

A wide range of traditional varieties of fruit trees, perfectly spaced at 10m apart, allow for rows of perennial and annual vegetables, herbs and beneficial flowers to be cultivated in-between,thus creating  a resilient and diverse agricultural system that mimics the balance and biodiversity found in a natural ecosystem.

The produce is then distributed directly to our members through a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) scheme and therefore bypasses the need for wholesalers and eliminates the financial and environmental costs involved in importing food from far away.

Rather than paying a fixed price per kilo, members pay for the service of agriculture in advance and therefore enable the producer to plan ahead as well as minimise the waste of production.

TERRA also gives  the opportunity to members to connect with where their food comes from and the people that produced it. A variety of workshops, seminars, festivities and other events allow for a truly participatory experience that creates a new social cohesion around our most essential need: FOOD!



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