What can the meaning of agriculture possibly be in the world we live in, in the context of burning environmental and human issues?
Speaking about his own experience and his own understandings, he invites his friends to talk about what motivates them in what they do and the meaning of their activities.
Were the people present – 4 growers, a director of development, and an agricultural consultant who works in cooperation with conventional farms – going to easily harmonize with Maurice’s proposal?
Immediately each person says, in his own way, that what is more important than the technique is obviously the intention with which we do things; this is what changes everything.
Rich and varied conversations show how much this approach responds to a deep need…A promising beginning for this experiment, with a very positive response from the participants.
from Bernard for Man and the Earth, february 27th, 2011 Translation by Aaron