I’m Sofia Rigalt, an agricultural engineer originating from the northern region of Argentina.
For the past five years, I have been on an incredible global adventure, spanning three continents, and actively participating in endeavors focused on sustainable agriculture, environmental education, permaculture initiatives, and community engagement.

Who I am What I do

My mission

Through world travel, I discovered my passion for nature, and learned a great deal about ecology.

I understood that environmental awareness is key to modifying our consumption habits and that with our daily decisions we generate an impact on the environment.

I want to raise awareness about the use of natural resources, I want you to recognize your power as a conscious consumer to improve your health and the environment that surrounds us to change the realities of the production system of goods and services related to our food source.

About me

My name is Sofia Irene Rigalt.

Hailing from the northern region of Argentina, I am an Agronomist. I dedicated six years to studying Agriculture, and armed with this knowledge, I embarked on a global journey. I actively engaged with sustainable communities, conducted interviews, and conducted research on permaculture methodologies.

For three years, I had the privilege of teaching agroclimatology at the University of Cordoba. It was a fulfilling experience to assist students in comprehending the intricate relationship between natural elements and the impact of human intervention.

Additionally, I conducted research on mega thermal pastures in abiotic restrictions at The National Institute of Agricultural Technology.

My passion lies in utilizing natural techniques within syntropic agriculture, incorporating the principles of permaculture and embracing the philosophy of deep ecology.

We are an integral part of nature, intricately linked to the ever-flowing tapestry of life. The moment calls for a transformative shift, transitioning from globalization to localization, and actively supporting our communities.

Collectively, we have the power to construct a new and improved world—one where we collaborate harmoniously with nature instead of working against her.

Let us join hands in this endeavor, nurturing a future where our actions align with the natural world, fostering balance and sustainability



Regenerative Agriculture Services

I work with regenerative agriculture techniques that prioritize the health of the soil, ecosystems, and communities. I provide comprehensive consultancy, guidance, and implementation of regenerative farming practices. Our services include soil testing to assess soil health, developing customized soil improvement strategies, planning crop rotations to maximize yields, managing water resources efficiently, and implementing integrated pest management solutions. With our expertise, you can transform your farm into a regenerative powerhouse.

Permaculture Design Services

Through our permaculture design services, we can help you create sustainable and self-sufficient agricultural ecosystems. I will work closely with you to design and implement permaculture-based farm layouts and systems. We specialize in developing food forests, designing water catchment systems for irrigation, integrating composting solutions for organic waste management, employing natural building methods for infrastructure, and creating energy-efficient designs. Let me help you build a thriving permaculture farm that nurtures both nature and productivity.

Education and Training Services

I believe in sharing knowledge and empowering individuals to become stewards of sustainable agriculture. Our education and training services offer workshops, seminars, and courses on regenerative agriculture and permaculture principles. Whether you are a farmer looking to enhance your practices or an enthusiast interested in sustainable farming, our programs are designed to equip you with practical skills and knowledge.

Learn about soil health management, organic farming techniques, permaculture design principles, agroforestry systems, and sustainable resource management.

New sustainable project

Are you eager to establish a sustainable lifestyle but seeking guidance on how to proceed? Do you need assistance with determining what actions to take, where to implement them, when to initiate them, and how to accomplish your goals?

Begin by conducting thorough assessments of source water quality, topography, climate patterns, and soil conditions. Utilize these findings to inform your land acquisition, intelligent design, and project development, leveraging the unique attributes of the natural landscape and local resources.

Dedicate time to studying the possibilities and constraints of your chosen region, allowing you to make informed decisions based on its inherent potential and limitations.

How improve sustainability in business

Every business has the potential to enhance its influence on the community and the environment.

My role revolves around transforming the logistical flow of energy, striving to establish energy-efficient systems with low carbon emissions.

By accomplishing this, we can effectively mitigate pollution and contribute to the preservation of cleaner air and water resources.

Assistance in permaculture project

Do you currently have a permaculture project that presents new challenges requiring solutions? Are you grappling with water management, crop cultivation, disease control, soil issues, or other related problems?

Perhaps you’re also considering establishing a new market for your products or services. Building connections with consumers through networking, utilizing effective marketing tools, and enhancing sales strategies could be on your agenda.

I am here to assist you in discovering suitable techniques tailored to your specific needs and objectives, enabling you to address these challenges and achieve success in your endeavors.

How to be more ecofriendly?

Even small actions can have a significant impact.

Discover a compilation of practical tips to incorporate into your daily routine, empowering you to lead a more environmentally conscious life.

By implementing these suggestions, you can progressively contribute to a greener and more sustainable world.

Own food and compost

Indulging in homegrown food is an immensely gratifying endeavor, enriched with love, care, hope, and an explosion of exquisite flavors!

By cultivating your own garden, you not only nourish your body but also reduce waste by utilizing composting to understand the profound cycle of nutrients and energy that produces your food.

I would be delighted to assist you in designing and constructing your very own garden, where you can embark on this fulfilling journey of sustainable and delectable eating.

Eat organic, local and healthy

Is it a challenge to discover dining destinations that leave you feeling truly delighted?

Let’s collaborate on creating a map that highlights travel routes offering culinary experiences sourced from local producers.

Together, we can curate a guide that not only satisfies our taste buds but also generates positive socio-environmental outcomes for the regions we visit.

Connect with communities

Are you interested in exploring a different corner of the world not merely as a tourist, but as an engaged individual who seeks to contribute to the newfound destination?

Communities dedicated to sustainability possess a wealth of wisdom and valuable lessons for us to learn. Venturing into a realm where different norms govern, you can experience a genuine connection with both nature and your inner self. By immersing yourself in the present moment, you can discover the joys of living authentically.

These communities warmly embrace visitors and willingly share their ancient wisdom, fostering an exchange of knowledge and experiences.


Global impact of food production systems

Statistics about Food production

1/4: The food industry is accountable for approximately 25% of all greenhouse gas emissions.

73%: Agriculture has contributed to 73% of deforestation and land conversion.

About 35% of global fish stocks have been depleted to unsustainable levels due to overfishing.

1/3: Roughly one-third of all food produced is wasted, either lost in the supply chain or discarded.

821 MILLION: A staggering 821 million people suffer from hunger daily, while nearly two billion individuals are overweight or obese. Poor diets are the leading cause of non-communicable diseases such as diabetes and cardiovascular issues.

What can we do in response to these challenges?

Get in touch now

I am here to lend you my support and assistance