Approximately 50 % of European species depend on agrarian habitats
Highly intensive production systems and the exploitation of agricultural land have made agriculture one of the main drivers of biodiversity loss. Nevertheless, biodiversity at farm level can be improved through good agrarian practices, with special attention to ecological infrastructures and to soil and water management.
Recovering soil organic matter is a key step, so we implement green covers, we evaluate how and when effectively fertilize the soil, and we encourage traditional practices such as fallow lands or rotation with legumes. The maintenance of water elements, the restoration of hedges, and the creation of native flower strips to attract pollinators are some of the measures that deliver tangible results for biodiversity at the field.