Resilience"Imitate nature and hasten his work"
Scrutinize the flight of swallows to predict the arrival of a thunderstorm …
Look for stork nests in height or deer in the fields during long journeys by car …
Do these little anecdotes speak to you? It’s normal. They arouse positive emotions in us and are the result of our connection to nature. Unfortunately, today these moments remain mere memories and become increasingly difficult to find due to the sharp decline in animal populations.
If wildlife is gradually disappearing, it happens also for human resources. The artificialization of soils, intensive animal husbandry, excessive exploitation of natural resources, the creation of plastic, the use of pesticides and many other solutions that should contribute to an improvement in our quality of life, shows today results totally contrary to this will and influence our entire societal system (economy, environment, social).
Wildlife is a real indicator of the health of ecosystems.
Let’s reverse the trend, there is still time!
Today we are living a real crisis of the living!
If you observe nature, you will see that it is made of mutualism and cooperation. Today, this is what we must draw inspiration from to recreate a natural process within our society. Man must relearn how to live in an ecosystem where he shares his habitat and resources, in order to find his place there while respecting other forms of life.
Today, HISA is developing its resilience project:
so that density rhymes with diversity, so that fusion is synonymous with profusion, and so that aggregation replaces destruction. Our goal is to adapt the universal laws of nature to a food production system for humans. We are talking here about micro-forests, edible landscapes, permaculture, agroforestry, etc. Only concepts adapted to the needs of each and responding to the life of all. We also integrate in each of our projects, solutions which adapt in France and abroad, for a rapid recolonization of an environment by the fauna such as the setting up of multi-species tours.
Our actions :
The château de Bellefontaine, which covers some fifty hectares, is a true haven of peace for a great diversity of species. Now a hunting reserve (10 Ha) with the aim of protecting the mammals that roam the area, the Château de Bellefontaine is stepping up its efforts to preserve biodiversity. In fact, the estate, which is currently undergoing renovation, called on HISA to integrate developments in favor of biodiversity and subsequently ensure the sustainable management of the site.
The Château Lestrille is a wine castle that has belonged to the Roumage family for 120 years. Certified High Environmental Value, their know-how combines perfectly with respect for the environment. In the process of becoming certified organic, these winegrowers have invested in natural methods to maintain their vines, such as planting flowery fallows or green manure. Estelle Roumage now wishes to highlight the importance of nature in her profession by creating an educational garden around the vine. This will highlight all the flora and fauna that help winegrowers every day in their work through a course that will be fun, tasty and harmonious, the key word of which will be to have fun to discover biodiversity.