We are delighted to bring you updates on the inspiring progress of our project in Tunisia. Over the past few months, our teams have been hard at work, and their commitment has birthed exciting developments that showcase the potential of sustainable and regenerative practices.
     Establishment of the SMART Regenerative Garden
     In line with our mission to create spaces that nourish both people and the environment, we have established a SMART Regenerative Garden in Tunisia. This project integrates cutting-edge technology with traditional practices to create a garden that not only produces nourishing food but also enhances the local ecosystem.
     The garden uses permaculture principles, creating a symbiotic relationship between various plant species and the local environment. This synergy bolivars the sustainability of the garden, ensuring it thrives with minimal external input and maintains a healthy, nutrient-rich soil profile.

Project Challenges

     Project Living Lab: Design and Execution of a Regenerative Garden
     In a first-of-its-kind initiative, we’ve set up a living laboratory centered around the design and execution of a regenerative garden. This project provides a hands-on, experiential learning platform where local communities, researchers, and students can witness and contribute to the development of sustainable horticultural practices.
     Drip Irrigation and SMART Monitoring System
     One of the crucial aspects of this project has been implementing an efficient watering system. We’ve incorporated a drip irrigation system, which ensures minimal water waste and maximizes plant health. To further optimize resource use, a SMART monitoring system has been installed to track soil moisture levels, ensuring water is only used when absolutely necessary.

Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor EACEA can be held responsible for them