« Welcome Earthworms » is a documentary on conservation agriculture and soil regeneration. Directed by François Stuck.
It is based on interviews with farmers and others who share their experiences and optimism on how agriculture can help to build a more sustainable future.
The aim is to maintain a balance between economic, social and environmental objectives.
This is a major change in human development. For the first time since humans cultivated the earth, they do so by regenerating the soil and not by exhausting it.
Making this documentary was a real challenge because of the diversity of issues and actors involved. The film approaches the subject through stories told by farmers.
If you wish to support the production of this film, produced by the Association IDÉtorial, please send your donations to IDÉtorial, rue du château 46350 Payrac, France.
Contact : François Stuck
Tel. +33 (0)6 144 20 531
President of the Association Clac sol (a federation of farmers involved in soil conservation)
Cattle farmer in the Aubrac region
Dairy and beef producer
Farmer – Association Clac sol (a federation of farmers involved in soil conservation)
Chamber of Agriculture of the Dordogne Region
Co-President of the Association BASE (Biodiversity, Agriculture, Soil & Environment)
President of the Association for the Promotion of Sustainable Agriculture
Producer of goats’ milk
Prof. Jean-Pierre Sarthou
Professor of Agronomy – Agroecology
Toulouse University/ National Research Institute
President of the Association Clé de sol (association of farmers in the Aveyron region focused on direct drilling into cover crops and on soil regeneration)
Association BASE (Biodiversity, Agriculture, Soil & Environment)
Farmer and founder of the magazine TCS (Simplified Cultural Techniques)