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Eco-winery +

The global industrialization of trade has facilitated the movement of goods and people across the world at an unprecedented scale, leading to the inadvertent spread of invasive species to new habitats. Unfortunately, this has also become a growing concern for wineries, as their monoculture practices make them highly vulnerable to the adverse effects of invasive species. Our project aims to mitigate this risk by using biodiversity as a design tool to promote natural balance between different species. By implementing inter-cropping techniques, the design aims to diversify production patterns and achieve consistent economic outcomes throughout the year while also aligning with the farm-to-table movement by promoting sustainable agricultural practices that prioritize the health of the environment and consumers.