Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Ecological-Farmers-in-Brazil-27MZIFJ619QX8.htmlConceptually similarEcological Farmers in BrazilGP0STP6FBCompleted★★★★★★Ecological Farmers in BrazilGP0STP6EICompleted★★★★Ecological Farmers in BrazilGP0STP6EKCompleted★★★★Ecological Farmers in BrazilGP0STP6DWCompleted★★★★★★Ecological Farmer in BrazilGP0STP6H4Completed★★★★Ecological Farms in BrazilGP0STP6H5Completed★★★★Ecological Farms in BrazilGP0STP6FMCompleted★★★★Ecological Farms in BrazilGP0STP6E4Completed★★★★Ecological Farmers in BrazilGP0STP6G1Completed★★★★View AllGP0STP6E7Ecological Farmers in BrazilEcological grape farmer Aluisio Stolarczk at Major Gercino farm, Santa Catarina, Brazil."There's no sense about the organic food being more expensive. The tendency, if people start to work with organics, is to make prices go down, levelling the market.""Today its possible to produce the same amount without poison. The little farmers (we call like that in Portuguese, the family production etc) need to have access to the machinery. They need to be equipped."Locations:Brazil-South AmericaDate:5 Dec, 2014Credit:© Peter Caton / GreenpeaceMaximum size:7304px X 5478pxKeywords:Agricultural land-Crops-Day-Ecological farming-Farmers-Farms-Food-Food for Life (campaign title)-Grapes-KWCI (GPI)-Local population-Men-One person-Outdoors-Trees-VineyardsShoot:Food for Life Documentation in BrazilDocumentation of ecological farmers in Brazil and sustainable farming.