Corn field in ProvenceA feasibility study is conducted in order to examine a project and whether it can be a successful venture. The feasibility study encompasses a wide range of topics including (but not limited to):

  • Land and soil survey
  • Infrastructure requirements
  • Topographical survey
  • Hydrological analysis
  • Recommended technologies
  • Organizational structure
  • Financial and economic analysis

Our team is comprised of highly experienced professionals in the fields of agronomy, irrigation, animal husbandry, engineering, aquaculture and economics.Together we encompass all the aspects of the project in order to insure its success.


Greenarava will design complete systems to suit the client’s needs. The design should take into account the available natural resources in the project area, initial investment, operational costs and desired outputs. The design is done according to the highest international standards incorporating the latest innovations and technology in agriculture.  As the Green-Arava group head office is located in Israel, the leading hub for innovation and design of agricultural methods and products, we are in constant touch with the leading agricultural research institutions in Israel and incorporate the latest innovation and trends into our projects.


Large scale projects will naturally have an impact on the immediate environment and the local population inhabiting the project area. Agri-Green in cooperation with local partners conduct Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) studies to provide a holistic view to the project by examining the macro effects that such projects can have. An ESIA report mainly assess the following:

  • Local policy and legal framework
  • Environmental issues
  • Socio-economic issues