The first solidarity box of Sushi Shop invites you to dive into the universe of the artist Romain Froquet.
It is a strong symbol for the artist who sows for 15 years “Urban Trees” on the walls of Miami, Paris, Houston and Moscow.
“Being able to plant 2,500 trees in France is a natural extension of my artistic work and makes me proud of this collaboration with Sushi Shop.” – Romain Froquet
Trees lost their importance in agrisystems in the 60s-80s due to intensive restructuration. If agroforestry is now recognized as a 100% agricultural practice, this was not the case about 10 years ago. It was not until May 2010 that regulatory measures were taken to encourage tree planting in crops. Since then, agroforestry practices have been developing a lot in France. It shows a growing interest of farmers, whether they are conventional or organic. They are interested in the economical aspect (timber value, biomass), but also about biodiversity stakes and soil fertility (auxiliaries, organic matter…).