Claudio Ghiringhelli drives his Nissan minivan over the Monte Ceneri pass, about 40 kilometers from his home in Ticino, Switzerland. He passes buildings and restaurants until a valley opens up below—a mixture of agriculture and industrial land.
Some twists and turns later, he arrives at Marco Francini’s farm, greeted by a pair of dogs that growl until their owner welcomes Claudio onto the property.
It’s their first meeting, and Marco only knows that Claudio wants to help local farmers. As they sit under the shadow of a grape plant, Claudio listens to the reality that Marco faces. Read More