The city of Kancolelle, Poland, has been turning over the soil and other waste that comes from the city’s agricultural operations to a private company that has the skills to harvest it and turn it into a rich source of food for people.
A group of students has been making the soil from soil they dug out of a creek.
Kancoliak said the soil would be mixed with water from a nearby river and put into a tank for later use.
They would harvest the organic matter that is in the soil, then add water, fertilizers, and maybe even a bit of sugar to turn it to sugar cane.
They also want to harvest the nutrients in the sediment to feed their fish and produce fertilizer for their crops.
This is an alternative way of producing food.
It’s more sustainable, and it’s also better for the environment.
He explained that Kancolin is an agricultural powerhouse, and he thinks that he has the talent to create a sustainable, productive environment.
But it would take a lot of effort and money, he said.
He said he wanted to make it as easy as possible for people to use and make a profit.
The project has been in the works for years, and they hope to launch it next year.
But so far, only about 30 people have been hired to do the work, he told The Jerusalem POST.
The company is called Kancolek, and its website says they will use their expertise in regenerative agriculture to make soil from land that has been contaminated with human waste and contaminated with harmful metals, chemicals, and pathogens.
It says they want to use a mix of recycled soil from nearby fields, and soil from the surrounding waterways, but there is a limit of 200 tons per hectare, or just over 10 acres.
He told The Post that they are already working with local governments to create and manage the soil.
He added that the project has already started collecting the soil that has already been harvested.
They are also planning to expand the project to other parts of the country.
The students also plan to start growing vegetables.
“I hope that this will help us grow vegetables in the future, because we need to make a sustainable food supply,” he said, adding that he would like to grow food for the local population.
He hopes to eventually use the soil to grow vegetables, and also to grow mushrooms and other mushrooms, which he said he wants to grow in the nearby forests.