2021 CAT A - Principles for new agriculture landscape in post-soviet countries
The dramatic change in agricultural land began after World War II, intensified during the occupation of the Svoiet Union and continues to this day. Flood streams and rivers are regulated and piped underground. The flooded historical paths and tree lines that prevented
erosion were systematically destroyed. The era of industrial agriculture, with the vision of making the most profit, is gradually degrading today’s land with sprays and pesticides. Agricultural monoblocks with monocultures of the same crops are constantly being increased in favor of easier plowing
The long-term goal is to set the principles of organic division of monocultural and damaged agricultural land into fragmented and diversified areas.