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  • Banana trees prove a point

    Sekove Laliqavoka remembers the villagers mocked him. They called him weird, crazy even. “But I stood my ground,” the 59 year old said, “and eventually they came to understand.” Even on organic Cicia island, where chemical fertilisers... MORE INFO Date: June 25, 2015
  • Niue elects organic leaders

    Niue has elected a new committee for the Niue Island Organic Farmers Association to lead the promotion of organic agriculture on the island. The committee will also focus on the implementation of the Capacity Building for Resilient Agricultur... MORE INFO Date: June 24, 2015
  • Going organic ngali nuts for better lives at Baniata

    A remote island in Solomon Islands will soon start exporting ngalinuts to New Caledonia with the commencement of first steps leading to organic certification. A team comprising officials from the Pacific Organic and Ethical Trade Community (P... MORE INFO Date: June 24, 2015
  • Pacific farmers learn Cuban tricks

    Organic farmers from Fiji and Solomon Islands have arrived in Cuba to learn innovative agricultural techniques from the world leader of organic farming in a bid to improve food security and environment protection back home. The learning exped... MORE INFO Date: May 7, 2015
  • California pays farmers to sustainably sequester carbon in soil - February 27, 2015

     by: Ethan A. Huff, staff writer Tags: carbon sequestration, farmers, California Most Viewed Articles Today | Week | Month | Year Beware the dangerous ingredients in pickles and pickle juice (NaturalNews) The solution to widespread environme... MORE INFO Date: March 2, 2015