A showcase of native wilderness and scalable regenerative agroforestry.
Nestled in the south of Amman, this innovative project really is a mosaic of microcosms, inspired by the Japanese Satoyama model, which integrates native wilderness and productive ecosystems. In addition to planting a robust Miyawaki forest, this project involves scalable regenerative solutions, biologically enhanced agriculture techniques, and water-efficient farming practices.
Through a carefully orchestrated mosaic of a fruit tree orchard, vegetable garden, alternative crops, and native plant habitat, the project aims to inspire urban landscapes to become productive, drought-resilient, and ecologically diverse.
Education and training for local farmers will be a key component of supporting the community and ensuring sustainability. In addition, this project will welcome urban residents, students, and nature enthusiasts through organized visits and workshops, nurturing a deeper connection between people and the environment.
“The site is located within the perimeters of our partner nursery. It is a haven of indigenous mother plants for in-house seed production as well as a demonstration of the much-needed integration of native and productive ecosystems.”