The story of how discarded orange peels turbocharged a Costa Rican forest

A formerly overgrazed, nutrient poor region in Costa Rican is now a lush, overgrown forest after orange peels were applied more than sixteen years ago. The article highlights how industrial impact on land can be reduced through alternative environmental work and how agricultural waste proves to be beneficial in the regeneration of degraded land.

Read more here. 

COMMENTS

Please note that once you have submitted a comment it will be sent for approval before appearing on the site