Massive reforestation



First of all Bioterra (international) is strongly encouraging the shift to another type of agriculture.

Our actual agriculture is based on hyper productive farms supported by heavy capital infrastructure, chemical products and seed's industry.

As a result, the quality of the soil and the biodiversity of our lands have never been so poor, lifeless and stressed with few qualitative production compared to permaculture of agro-foresterie principles.

So, changes are inevitable. Bioterra recommend :

-    the plantation of full vegetable gardens following the permaculture on mounds and 

     agro-foresterie with a return of the man's workforces  

-    the creation of mixed land: new forest, vegetable gardens and housing. 

Permaculture on mounds

A revolution is coming !

We simply have to follow what our mother nature do best : to grow stuff.

With the permaculture on mounds as described in the film by Filip Forrer, it clearly shows that agriculture based on covering the lands (instead of working it) generates much better qualitative and quantitative crops.


By watching the following video, you can imagine this potential revolution !( ),

Geodesic Domes

A must for housing !

Secondly, Bioterra presents  "the housing of the third millennium".


The geodesic shape has been founded in 1949, by an american architect, inventor and writer R. Buckminster Fuller in 1949.  It is an assembly of plane triangles aiming to get closer to the sphere. 

During those 7 past years, Bioterra had pursued strong research and various tests on this type of housing.

Its advantages are huge :


- its allows great adaptation and resistance to all kinds of climates or lands with various local covers,


- it is a low cost housing : local materials, no fondations, light, auto-construction, wall=roof and relocatable,

- it is a modern ecological tiny house: low carbon emission, sun optimalisation and little impact on       


All these qualities implies that we have a strong qualitative and eco-cheap solution for housing. 


Finally and most recently, Bioterra is working on the creation of an Investment Fund (Gravity Fund) aiming to protect and to transform our actual territories into enchanting new landscapes with forest, new agriculture, trendy housing, communities and eco-tourism.

In the meantime and the end, Bioterra is greatly encouraging to compensate our carbon footprint by supporting a wonderful company  called:

Aisbl Bioterra (international) - Tel  0475/55.92.63 - Mail - 24 Rue des Brasseurs à Châtelet  - BE 070 88 64 221