We cultivate with local seeds and no agro-chemicals, so as to favour local autonomy and circular economy models. We also support the revitalization of traditional sustainable farming practices.
The farm is also the place where the children at the Children’s Project learn about local plants and about growing food. The seasonal harvest partly is used to feast with the children and other collaborators during certain activities. The rest is sold at local market to sustain the costs of the projects in Ghana.
We are currently working in the implementation of new projects in the farm with the aim of recuperating and revitalizing the care for local plants and trees. We also are working on implementing a pilot project to test small-scale irrigation farming in Sawla by collecting rain water and digging a well.
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