Planting vegetable gardens means working for future generations, and Nicolas finds that peachy keen!
His love story with the orchard began during a year at Erasmus in Scotland.
There, he discovered a farmers' crisis similar to the one experienced by farmers in France.
Far from clueless, Nicolas asked himself lots of questions about the production of the food we consume.
The peat all around him made him want to become closer to the earth, so he became interested in permaculture.
According to him, the end is nearing due to global warming, so we have to act, and this way of producing food gets him closer to his goal of building a more livable future for all.
Today, Nicolas works under the Marseille sun.
When he's not at the beach or growing vegetables on the urban farm he set up, his greatest joy is spreading the love of gardening in schools. Children are wonderfully optimistic — and so spontaneous that they once chanted his name to motivate him in the garden in the pouring rain.
In business, he doesn't expect employees to crowd around him on a rainy day too, but he will make sure that we all cultivate an important value in the garden: teamwork.