Monocultures, Biomimicry and Ethnography | Biomimicry |

"Monocultures do not exist in nature because they are not sustainable.  Natural systems are resilient because of their diversity and redundancy, which allows them to maintain a healthy equilibrium. When there’s a change in the system (increase in population of deer), the system responds with a countermeasure (increase in number of predators), to ensure that equilibrium within the ecosystem is maintained.



Photo details: Marsh Reflections, Pyramid Mountain, Jasper National Park, Alberta, Copyright © 2009, Alan D. Wilson."