Archive for Organic farm and Eco Agri

Tratamientos ecológicos en los invernaderos – “Ecological treatments in greenhouses”

Una vez implantados los tomates y teniendo otras hortalizas hemos hecho dos ac tuaciones en el invernadero

The Principles of Agroecology: Towards Just, Resilient and Sustainable Food Systems

Agroecology is an encompassing concept related to the environmental, socio-cultural, economic and political spheres of our society. It involves a way of producing, distributing and consuming food as well as developing food policies that is mindful of concepts like equality, solidarity, democracy, empowerment and ecology.

Building and sustaining an eco-agri farm in a forest catchment

This eco-agriculture initiative takes place in an upland area in Sitio Bendum, an upland village in northern Mindanao in the Philippines.  Bendum, as the area is more commonly referred to, is also the ancestral domain of the indigenous Pulangiyen community. The eco-agriculture farm is located in lower Pangamu, in a cleared land area or lubas. 

Malawian Ecology in Daily Life

Pope Francis invites us “to acknowledge our contribution, smaller or greater, to the disfigurement and destruction of creation”. In other words, what is needed is not only the change of some countries or some people but the change of the whole of humanity. Each of us, at a personal level, is responsible for the global ecological crisis. Consequently, each person has to change his or her habits in order to preserve “our common home”.

Turning Loss into a Gain

Katie O’Neill ’18 is already awake, getting dressed, putting on sunscreen, and heading out of her home in Santa Clara to join her workmates, five other SCU students who are part of Santa Clara University’s Food and Agribusiness Institute. The six-student research team is spending the entire summer out in the fields of some of California’s biggest farms, measuring the amount of food left behind, not headed to market. They’re researching the extent of food losses and waste in northern California. Their goal is to identify the potential of salvaging wasted fresh vegetable and fruit produce and diverting it to local food banks that need it.

Tereré Jerovy’a

Se celebró la popular y tradicional bebida paraguaya, “el terere”, en la plaza de la Libertad el sábado 17 de febrero. Estuvieron disponibles dos marcas de yerba mate elaboradas con enfoque agroecológico, como “Oñoirú” (Itapuá) y “Ñande Ka’a Teete” (Caazapá), vinculada con el CEPAG, Centro de Estudios Paraguayos Antonio Guasch.