Magdalena is from Pirque, a small town in the countryside, close to Santiago de Chile. She grew up with one foot in the farm and the other in the wooded hills that surround her hometown, leading her to become a real tree-hugger. Being an historian and a sociologist gave her a different and a wider point of view to our project. Motivated by the complex scenario of the current climate crisis, Magdalena decided to study and try out the Miyawaki Method. After witnessing the astonishing results of this experimental forest, she was convinced that it was time to create BosKo and look up for a studious plant-lover partner. In this research is where Veronica comes up.
Veronica comes from Temuco, southern Chile. She is an agronomist and wanted to make the gardener job a much more significant one, combining practice, study, and overall…observation. She has assisted and advised different landscape projects and has been in the quest to shatter old paradigms and contribute to transform them based on evidence. She spreads her knowledge, discoveries and convictions through her instagram and lectures in the academic field.
Both of them met learning from one another through social media, and now they are ready to fill public and private grounds with fast-growing native forests.