Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Ecological-Farmers-in-Brazil-27MZIFJ61V23O.htmlConceptually similarEcological Farmers in BrazilGP0STP6IVCompleted★★★★★★Ecological Farmers in BrazilGP0STP6DZCompleted★★★★Ecological Farmers in BrazilGP0STP6H7Completed★★★★Ecological Farm in BrazilGP0STP837Completed★★★★Ecological Farm in BrazilGP0STP6EWCompleted★★★★★★Ecological Farms in BrazilGP0STP6K3Completed★★★★Ecological Farmers in BrazilGP0STP6HMCompleted★★★★Tobacco Plantation in BrazilGP0STP6EACompleted★★★★Ecological Farms in BrazilGP0STP6HXCompleted★★★★View AllGP0STP6I9Ecological Farmers in BrazilEcological farmer Seu Gilmar selling his produce at market.Mister Gilmar is responsible for logistics in the whole production cycle. He produces also, but he leads the distribution, including the ecological Market in the city of Brusque. He says: “our producers were all tied up with the chemical industry, which destroyed our properties. We planted for a long time tobacco with agro-toxics, and our soil became the poorest it can be. We were always in debt with the companies”. “I think that if the consumer compares the ecological prices with the conventional ones, he’ll see its more expensive. But ecological production needs more labor, but the product is much better and healthier."Locations:Brazil-South AmericaDate:2 Dec, 2014Credit:© Peter Caton / GreenpeaceMaximum size:7304px X 5478pxKeywords:Consumers-Day-Ecological farming-Food for Life (campaign title)-Fruits-KWCI (GPI)-Local population-Markets-Men-Oranges (fruits)-Outdoors-Positive mood-TomatoesShoot:Food for Life Documentation in BrazilDocumentation of ecological farmers in Brazil and sustainable farming.