We are agents/suppliers of the authentic EFFECTIVE MICROORGANISMS better known as EM™
LINDROS, recognises, honours, respects, and practices the
And the Earth Charter
Lindros Whole Earth Consultants
Alan Rosenberg is the sole proprietor of Lindros Whole Earth Consultants and has been in the sector for 50 years in four countries
Alan of Lindros will consult, lecture, teach, train, and offers himself as a mentor and/or motivational speaker
LINDROS uses a whole systems approach for the development and management of “Fertile Healthy Soils”
Lindros specializes in Agroecology and associated forms of agriculture. Agroecology is the science and practice of sustainable agricultural approaches, systems, and technologies; This includes the socio-economic and the ecological or environmental contexts.
The systems and technologies Lindros primarily work with are Permaculture as a design system, Organic Agriculture as a practice, Kyusei Nature Farming and its association with microbiology and Biodynamic Agriculture all working towards an expression of regenerative agriculture with a focus on the 7th Generation Principle.
Our Focus is on Food Sustainability and Security
Lindros strives for the best solutions to take us into a sustainable future following the 7th Generation Principle
Food Sovereignty and Food Security are not just poverty issues; it is a much larger issue that involves the whole food system and affects every one of us in some way
“Food sovereignty” is a term coined by members of Via Campesina in 1996. Food sovereignty is the claimed “right” of peoples to define their own food, agriculture, livestock and fisheries systems, in contrast to having food largely subject to international market forces.
Food security is part of the section 27 Constitutional rights in South Africa. On these rights, the Constitution states that every citizen has the right to have access to sufficient food and water, and that “the state must by legislation and other measures, within its available resources, avail to progressive realization of the right to sufficient food.
The World Food Summit of 1996 defined food security as existing “when all people at all times have access to sufficient, safe, nutritious food to maintain a healthy and active life”.