Technical visit in Baltanás

On November 22th, Volterra’s teams visited Baltanás (Palencia, Spain) where a plantation of holm oak mycorrhized with black truffle has been carried out with the help of Cocoon. Together with the property manager they evaluated the survival rate of the trees and they compared it with the survival rate of those planted without Cocoon (control[…]

Technical meeting raw material input from agrowaste in Barcelona

Today team members of Volterra met with Harrie Lovenstein of LLC to discuss the possibilities for incorporating certain materials from Spanish agro sources into the new Cocoons. For now it was decided to go ahead with the proposed 4 sources as mentioned earlier. Samples will be collected and sent to FGW to investigate their qualities[…]

Spanish agrowaste study in progress

The team of Volterra has been exploring several agricultural fields in Catalonia over the last few weeks. The objective is to find sources of agrowaste in large quanties available and with the correct characteristics (especially presence of useful of fibers, i.e. their length and distribution; presence of pollutants such as protein, sugars; and lignin contents) to[…]

Volterra plants Cocoons in Salamanca

On March 10th, Egbert Sonneveld and Sven Kallen, co-founders of Volterra Ecosystems visited Fundación Naturaleza y Hombre’s biological reserve located in the Campanarios de Azaba, outside Salamanca, Spain. Guided by the NGO’s president himself, Carlos Sánchez, Volterra was able to get a special guided tour of the remarkable reserve and its ambitious endeavours. This reserve[…]