If tree's grow or use to grow in your local area, then Syntropic principles can be applied at any scale, in any situation. If you want to increase productivity and contribute to the regeneration of mother earth, then we can help you design and implement regenerative and highly productive Syntropic systems.



We are highly motivated to share and encourage the use of Syntropic farming practices, through our consultancy we will assist you to set up systems which target the outputs that you are required to meet while decreasing your financial and labour costs. We do this by understanding the 5 main principles of Syntropic farming. (Read more on the About page).

  1. Ground cover

  2. Maximising Photosynthesis

  3. Natural succesion

  4. Stratification

  5. Management

Through these principle we can also implement small or large scale reforestation, land restoration, regenerative food production and even regenerative timber systems all while moving towards abundance. 



On the largest scale Syntropic principles can be incorporated into large commercial, broad acre farm operations.  These systems can be a significant investment (both in capital and labour) and require a thorough planning and review process to understand context and overall goals. However, when responsibly implemented, and carefully managed, these systems lead to long term benefits on many levels, including increased abundance, ecosystem function and ultimately profits


Home/Kitchen Garden

On the smallest scale of productivity is the Home or Kitchen Garden, generally serving the household that care for it. Syntropic Farms Co. can help you design and implement a kitchen garden from scratch, or retrofit your existing garden to increase abundance and productivity.



From small scale to large scale we plan and implement orchard using the natural processes of the rain forest, we offer a system where the amount of inputs are lower than conventional agriculture over time (organic or not organic). 


Market Garden

Often a small scale commercial operation, market gardens produce a wide range and steady supply of fresh produce through the local grow season. By incorporating syntropic principles into market garden operations, inputs can be reduced while productivity and ecosystem function increase.