Why so many Polish farmers are embracing agroforestry

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Agroforestry, known and practiced by our ancestors, has recently been recognized by the UN as the most important agricultural innovation in the EU in the 21st century. In Poland, this trend is already noticeable, although it’s gaining ground slowly among the country’s farmers. “It is about limiting or counteracting climate change and building agriculture’s resilience to climate change,” agroforestry expert Marcin Wójcik. “It’s about absorbing greenhouse gases, about protecting water. By planting trees, we reduce the impact of wind, protect the soil from excessive sunlight, and build biodiversi…

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