KORPOS, born to grow wild !
Replenishing the Source
Cooperating with Nature
The world needs more:
NATURE for Wildlife
Bufferzones for extreme weather
PURE FOOD & WATER
fulfilling JOBS outside cities
All of those needs could be met
if we adopt regenerative agriculture.
But the transition is too hard for farmers,
under pressure of Big Agro, Big Finance and Governments
The Solution? Crowdfunding on the Blockchain!
Acquire degraded farmland publicly, through the issuance of small affordable tokens.
Pay innovative farmers to regenerate these acres with strict ecological methods.
Purchase more barren land with the net revenue of the top-quality harvests and eco-agriturism
The tokens are called:
Land Ownership Tokens – L.O.T.
Powered by the Blockchain, our project can gain global momentum
You will be able to buy and sell LOT on crypto-currency exchanges
the world of Bitcoin …
backed by ever growing land and her produce
We think the time is ripe for a new way to team up
We are using a specific agro-forestry method that went viral in Brazil,
but can be applied everywhere:
SYNTROPY of Ernst Götsch
15 minutes watch
Scientists have calculated that with permaculture methods on just 1/5th of our arable land the balance will be back: the plants, especially trees, would absorb all CO2 we release!
At the same time it gives room for biodiversity.
You can produce 6x as much food, of high quality, with half of the costs, compared to conventional agriculture. A variety of crops and food trees, combined with rotational grazing, grows much faster and richer. (Research: Marcela P. Costa, Jan Schoeneboom, ea, University of Sao Paulo 2018)
” … Buy land, they’re not making it anymore “
1835 – 1910
Crypto-Token LOT – Land in Organic Transition
Klaus Stebani, Full Moon, Bayern Germany. Through Pixabay
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Pixabay under creative commons:
– Bird with rowanberries Gerhard Gellinger Germany
– Source, waterfall Pexels English
– Moth – Hummingbird Hawk ZdenekFritz0 Cestina
– Rain on Grass Mark R Belize
– Treehouse suspension bridge Nicole Nile Germany
– Landscape with plowed fields by Steve Buissine from South Africa. found June 15, 2018
– Areas of the world facing desertification. Credit: Reto Stöckli, NASA Earth Observatory Sept 1, 2004. We follow the guidelines as written here: For informational purposes. Accessed through an article about livestock and savanna recuperation, August 15, 2018
– Free flying parrots Anna Sulencka Poland
– Hummingbird by Dominic Hoffman from Waghaeusel, Germany.
– Shovel, Lukas, Czech Republic, accessed August 7, 2018
– Full Moon, Klaus Stebani, Bayern Germany
– Africa, desert landscape Inactive account ID 12019, accessed 14. July 2018