Activities in Yogyakarta will be themed “SEED: THREATS, CHALLENGES AND HOPE” Activity information: 1. DISCUSSION (Discussions will cover threats, challenges and […]CONTINUE READING
Biodiversity intensive organic farming produces more food and nutrition per acre. By providing ecological functions and services for […]CONTINUE READING
The workshop is led by faculty from Ohio State University, Ohio University, Miami University and Antioch College as well as […]CONTINUE READING
Poison-free Food and Farming 2030 A commitment to the Earth – Take Action – Resources for Action – Publications – […]CONTINUE READING
Listening to the message of the Rights of Nature, listening to the promise of organic farming […]CONTINUE READING
Creating Poison-free Food and Farming Rejuvenating Biodiversity, Growing Organic For a century today’s Poison Cartel has engaged in a war […]CONTINUE READING
Bringing the earth & biodiversity to the heart of agriculture Each of us whether we are farmers or eaters faces […]CONTINUE READING
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