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POLFN, An organic learning farm network to build the climate resilience of smallholder producers in the Pacific

 Fiji | Nauru | Solomon Islands | Tonga
POLFN, An organic learning farm network to build the climate resilience of smallholder producers in the Pacific
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Call for first circle farmers

22 September 2023

Call for first circle farmers

@ Poetcom

The Pacific Community (SPC) invites Expressions of Interest from small-holder farmers in Fiji, Nauru, Solomon Islands and Tonga to join the cohort of First Circle Farmers under the Pacific Organic Learning Farms Network (POLFN) Project.

The objective is to work with 100 farmers in Fiji, the Solomon Islands, Tonga and 40 farmers in Nauru. Local farmers can apply before October, 30th 2023.

Click the link below for more information :

https://spc.int/procurement/tenders/expression-of-interest-for-farmers-to-participate-in-the-organic-learning-farms?fbclid=IwAR3P_exWzbqE4B3i90pz3xZVzwMmn9yhLmHhfK5_0lpxYQJ_AI4vg_HlSyM

Call For Small-Holder Farmers in the #Solomon islands, #Fiji, #Nauru and #Tonga !

20 October 2023

Call For Small-Holder Farmers in the #Solomon islands, #Fiji, #Nauru and #Tonga !

@ POETCOM

The Kiwa Initiative #POLFN project is setting up Organic Learning Farm Centres in the #Pacific, to nurture the best #organic and #agroecological practices, foster #knowledge sharing, celebrate success stories, and share valuable planting materials.


Are you ready to join?
If you are a small-holder #farmer in the Solomon Islands, Fiji, Nauru, or Tonga, that is your moment!
If you're passionate about #sustainable farming and want to be part of this exciting project, we invite you to submit an Expression of Interest #EOI.


This is your opportunity to join a community of forward-thinking farmers, learn from the best, and contribute to the prosperity of your country. 🌾
Don't miss out on this fantastic chance to make a real impact on your farming practices. Submit your EOI forms and supporting documents to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
📅 Deadline : October 30th, 2023


Let’s spread the word and please, share this post far and wide across your networks. Together, we can create a brighter future for Pacific agriculture.

Celebrating International Mother Earth Day

22 April 2023

Celebrating International Mother Earth Day

@ Kiwa Initiative

This Mother Earth Day the Pacific Organic Learning Farms Network POLFN in Fiji, Nauru, Solomon Islands and Tonga urge farmers in the Pacific to be mindful of what they put into their soil.

Organic farming practices discourage burning and promote the return of plant residues to the soil, which helps to feed soil organisms and create Soil Organic Matter (SOM). SOM increases the soil's capacity to store nutrients and improves soil physical properties such as structure, permeability, moisture holding and drainage, and aeration, which are important for plant growth.

Feeding activities of larger soil organisms such as earthworms help to re-distribute organic residues in the soil through their channelling activities as well as increase aeration and drainage through their burrowing activities.Organic farming practices such as retaining residues, just like in a natural forest, helps to activate soil organisms and their interactions, which enhance soil processes that maintain or restore soil productivity. 

Collecting data prior to the launch of the Kiwa #POLFN learning farm centers in Tonga

3 August 2023

Collecting data prior to the launch of the Kiwa #POLFN learning farm centers in Tonga

@ Poetcom

In Tonga, the team of the Kiwa regional #POLFN project has been conducting #assessments and surveys to analyze the specific needs of local farmers in the new learning farm centers.

Understanding their contexts, capacities, and natural loads increases the quality and relevance of learning processes and material.

Three assessments were conducted to measure the most significant criteria, such as:

  • #TAPE Tool for Agroecological Performance Evaluation
  • Socioeconomic components
  • Farm carbon footprint and land utilization

This insightful data promotes #agricultural #sustainability and #farmer #resilience.

Keep an eye out! On Tuesday, August 8th, Tonga's learning farm centers will be launched.

The assessments were enabled thanks to a close collaboration between POETCom, The Tongan Government, the Tonga National Youth Congress and the Kiwa Initiative.

To learn more, watch the video: https://lnkd.in/g3tS-Z8x

Emosi Cagi, POLFN's Country Coordinator in Fiji, was on the radio to talk about the project

6 February 2024

Emosi Cagi, POLFN's Country Coordinator in Fiji, was on the radio to talk about the project

@ Emosi Cagi - Gold FM Fiji

The POLFN project is making significant strides in promoting organic farming across #Tonga, #Fiji, the #Solomon Islands, and #Nauru.

Emosi Cagi, POLFN's country coordinator in Fiji, recently shared insights on Gold Fiji FM about the project's four major components:


1. Establishing organic learning farms in the #Pacific
2. Recruiting 100 farmers to adopt #organic farming methodologies
3. Developing #market mechanisms to bridge agricultural production and business
4. Facilitating knowledge #exchange through farmer-to-farmer reviews

Market access remains a #challenge for Fijian farmers transitioning to organic farming. By leveraging the POLFN farming network, #farmers gain consistency and reliability in production, crucial for establishing long-term #business relationships.

Currently, 75 members, including 31 farms in Fiji, are registered with the POETcom network across the Pacific region.

Organic farming not only revitalizes #traditional #practices but also fosters #healthier #environments and #communities by eliminating the use of pesticides and insecticides.

📺 Watch Emosi Cagi's insightful interview here: https://www.facebook.com/watch/live/?extid=CL-UNK-UNK-UNK-IOS_GK0T-GK1C&mibextid=v7YzmG&ref=watch_permalink&v=738265524911112

Enhancing agroecological practices with the launch of Organic Learning Farms Centres in Fiji

27 July 2023

Enhancing agroecological practices with the launch of Organic Learning Farms Centres in Fiji

@ SPC

The Pacific Organic Learning Farms Network (POLFN), launched its very first Organic Learning Farms Centres in Fiji, with two farms demonstrations projects:

  • the Mudrenicagi Farm in Bua Province,
  • the Navuso Farm in the Rewa Province.

How will these learning centres help Pacific farmers ?

The benefits of organic and agroecological methods in the context of the Pacific will be explained with concrete advices and new techniques. The centers will also illustrate the benefits and co-benefits of these practices in order to improve soil and water quality, to protect biodiversity, and to avoid artificial fertilizers.

These centers will enhance the transition from current farming to sustainable farming. The Kiwa Initiative is proud to enable this new collaboration along with its partners SPC and the fijian government, a major step to promote a major agroecological transformation in Pacific Island states.

Learn more in this article: https://www.spc.int/updates/news/media-release/2023/07/launch-of-organic-learning-farm-centres-provides-major-boost-for

Farmers from Taveuni (Fiji) are sharing knowledge and practices at the 1st POLFN meeting

1 June 2022

Farmers from Taveuni (Fiji) are sharing knowledge and practices at the 1st POLFN meeting

@ Poetcom

Learning exchanges continue within our first regional project, Kiwa Pacific Organic Learning Farms Network POLFN!

During the month of April, the Kiwa POLFN team visited the Teitei Taveuni group of farmers based in the garden island of Fiji, Taveuni. This meeting was the opportunity to learn more about sustainable practices, organic and agroecological agriculture programs and projects.

Teitei Taveuni is an active network of farmers that are continuously researching and adapting farming practices on 10 demonstration farms. Over time, the project team has grown and the members are now experts in their fields.

While building a sense of community among farmers, this visit is achieving a fundamental step in the project’s overall philosophy: Farmers getting inspired from complementary practices ultimately become more resilient.

International Day of Forests

21 March 2023

International Day of Forests

@ Kiwa Initiative

On this International Day of Forests, the Kiwa #POLFN regional project participated in an event organized in Fiji to promote #Agroforestry.

This practice, that combines trees, crops and/or animals on the same agricultural plot and allows a better use of resources and greater biological diversity, is one of technologies that the farms selected in the POLFN project will use in #Fiji, #Nauru, #Tonga and the #Solomon islands."

Organic agriculture can contribute to the health of trees by promoting soil health and biodiversity, reducing the use of synthetic chemicals and pesticides, and enhancing nutrient cycling.Trees rely on healthy soil to grow and thrive, and organic agriculture practices focus on building soil health by using natural soil amendments such as compost and cover crops. These practices can improve soil structure, water retention, and nutrient availability, which can promote healthy tree growth and reduce the risk of diseases and pests."

Credit: Pacific Community

Kiwa POLFN Call for Expression of Interest - Establishment of the Pacific Organic Learning Farms Network

9 September 2022

Kiwa POLFN Call for Expression of Interest - Establishment of the Pacific Organic Learning Farms Network

@ Kiwa Initiative

The purpose of this call launched by the Pacific Community and Organic Pasifika is to provide a list of potential organic learning farms in Fiji, Nauru, Tonga and the Solomon Islands. 

Two organic learning farms are to be set up in each country to provide support and coordinate training with other farmers, as farm advisors, in partnership with the SPC and Organic Pasifika.

Closing date: 7th October 2022.

CEOI details can be found here: https://bit.ly/3Sgcr9p

This call is part of the deployment of our Kiwa POLFN project.

This regional project aims to develop organic farming systems for food security, climate change adaptation and biodiversity conservation to build resilience in smallholder farmers.

The main objectives of the project are to:

  • Increase the area of sustainably managed land through Nature-based Solutions (agroecology and agroforestry).
  • Ensure changes in agricultural practices for food security through economic incentives. Farms and associated food networks will be monitored.
  • Promote regional cooperation and experience sharing among farmers and communities in Pacific Islands countries and territories.

Launch of the Pacific Organic Learning Farm in Nauru !

28 September 2023

Launch of the Pacific Organic Learning Farm in Nauru !

@ @Poetcom @KiwaInitiative

The Kiwa #POLFN regional project, "Pacific Organic Learning Farms Network" proudly announces the inauguration of its official farm in Nauru, situated at the Max Dowedia Organic Learning Farm Centre.

Objective of these organic learning farm centers is to highlight the benefits of Nature-based Solutions, encompassing #agroecology, #agroforestry and #organic production methods and technologies, as a means to address climate resilience and bolster capacity-building efforts.

How does organic farming enhance community resilience?
- It secures food supply,
- It cultivates local production,

- It preserves precious land resources,
- It champions the cause of healthy food.

Congratulations to all the dedicated teams involved, including farmers, the POETCom staff and all the stakeholders who contribute to the success of this project.

Learn more about the Kiwa POLFN project: https://urlz.fr/n4id


Launch of the Pacific Organic Learning Farms in Tonga

9 August 2023

Launch of the Pacific Organic Learning Farms in Tonga

@ Poetcom

The Kiwa POLFN regional project "Pacific Organic Learning Farms Network" has launched its official organic learning farms in Tonga. The farms are located in Mahuleva and Ovava, Tonga.

Organic farming solves significant challenges that contribute to community resilience, such as:

  • The production of healthy food,
  • The development of local production and resources,
  • The conservation of land resources,
  • The fight against climate change.

Thanks to agroecological practices that reduce the use of chemical fertilizers, ecosystems are protected, the soil is fertile, making agriculture more robust/sustainable and preserving water quality.

Well done to all the teams involved, whether farmers, POETCom members and every partner in charge of implementing this project.

Meet Kiwa Initiative’s project manager leading POLFN: Timoci

9 April 2022

Meet Kiwa Initiative’s project manager leading POLFN: Timoci
Lire la vidéo

@ Kiwa Initiative

Let us introduce the project manager of the Pacific Organic Learning Farms Network – POLFN - Mr. Timoci Nakalevu. He is leading the very first Kiwa Initiative’s regional project since June 2021.

Timoci is part of the Organic Pasifika organization based in Fiji. With his team and colleagues from the Pacific Community - SPC, they are working to implement the POLFN project, requiring collaboration between various actors located in Fiji, Nauru, Solomon Islands, Tonga, French Polynesia, New Caledonia and Wallis and Futuna.

The goal of this project is the development of organic farming systems for food security, climate change adaptation, and biodiversity conservation. It’s also strengthening the resilience of smallholder producers through the establishment of a reliable network of Organic Learning Farms (OLFs).

New organic farms from Tonga are joining the Kiwa Initiative POLFN project!

4 May 2022

New organic farms from Tonga are joining the Kiwa Initiative POLFN project!

@ Poetcom

The POLFN network is growing!

We are pleased that TNYC – Tonga National Youth Congress - a stakeholder of the POLFN project as a beneficiary country, selected 2 additional organic farms to be included in the Pacific Organic Learning Farms Network project.

The selection of networked farms in each country is a major step for this four-year program. In the end, there should be at least one farm in every country of the regional project including Fiji, Nauru, Solomon Islands and Tonga.

As part of the Kiwa Initiative, project leaders are committed to ensuring that the implementation of their regional project is aligned with national policies to ensure that it meets a defined need and a committed approach.

Pacific Organic Learning Farms Network (POLFN) team is in the Solomon Star News

31 October 2022

Pacific Organic Learning Farms Network (POLFN) team is in the Solomon Star News

@ Kiwa Initiative

Pacific Organic Learning Farms Network (POLFN) team is in the Solomon Star News. The article is about the Tools for Agroecology Performance Evaluation (TAPE), a training conducted with organic farmers at Kastom Gaden Association in Solomon islands.

POLFN speaks at a conference on agroecological transition in Fiji

3 March 2023

POLFN speaks at a conference on agroecological transition in Fiji

@ Kiwa Initiative

The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and Pacific-Community-SPC are hosting a #side-event on agroecological transition on March 8 during #PAWF Pacific Week of Agriculture in Fiji.

Timoci Nakavelu, the project manager of our regional Kiwa #POLFN project, will speak about the exchange of experiences with the PROTEGE project as a concrete illustration of regional #cooperation, and present the implementation of a network of #agroecological demonstration farms in the ##Pacific region.

The Kiwa Initiative launches its Pacific Organic Learning Farm Network project

28 May 2021

The Kiwa Initiative launches its Pacific Organic Learning Farm Network project

@ Kiwa Initiative

The Kiwa Initiative launches its Pacific Organic Learning Farm Network project

Implemented by SPC, the Pacific Organic Learning Farm Network project aims to develop organic farming systems that promote food security, biodiversity conservation and climate change adaptation. The mission of this project? To build climate resilience among small-holder producers in Fiji, Nauru, the Solomon Islands,Tonga and and beyond. This is a network of organic learning farms dedicated to becoming true educational centers for communities.

From this initial network of learning farms, the mission of this regional project is to share best methods and technologies in agroforestry, agroecology and organic farming production thus greatly increasing the area of land sustainably managed through these Nature-based Solutions.

The Kiwa Initiative POLFN Project Kick-Off: meeting with PROTEGE experts for a first experience sharing

11 February 2022

The Kiwa Initiative POLFN Project Kick-Off: meeting with PROTEGE experts for a first experience sharing

@ Kiwa Initiative

On February 9th, the newly established Kiwa Initiative Pacific Organic Learning Farm Network (POLFN) team participated in its first training with members of the PROTEGE* network during a videoconference. The focus of this working session was on the establishment and management of learning farms. It was an opportunity to share the experiences of PROTEGE members located in the French territories in the Pacific. This organic learning farms network created by the Pacific Community (SPC) is designed to demonstrate the benefits of Nature-based Solutions (NbS) in agroecology and agroforestry.

Increasing access to organic farming methods and technologies to address food security, climate change adaptation and biodiversity conservation are the main objectives of the Kiwa Initiative Pacific Organic Learning Farm Network (POLFN). This €4.6 million project aims to meet the needs of small-scale farmers in Fiji, Nauru, Tonga and Solomon Islands, in cooperation with Wallis and Futuna, French Polynesia and New Caledonia.

*PROTEGE is funded by the European Union under the 11th European Development Fund (FED) and implemented by the Pacific Community (SPC) and the Pacific Regional Environment Program (SPREP). For more information about PROTEGE visit: https://protege.spc.int/en

The Kiwa POLFN project team is currently in New Caledonia to meet with their PROTEGE project counterparts

5 October 2022

The Kiwa POLFN project team is currently in New Caledonia to meet with their PROTEGE project counterparts

@ Kiwa Initiative

REGIONAL COOPERATION IN ACTION!

This week, the PROTEGE program welcomes in New Caledonia 12 members of our first regional Kiwa POLFN (Pacific Organic Learning Farms Network) project team from Fiji, Nauru, Solomon Islands and Tonga.

This regional meeting between the POLFN delegation and farmers from New Caledonia, Wallis and Futuna, and French Polynesia, will provide an opportunity to share technical expertise in order to encourage agroecological transition in the Pacific.

The PROTEGE program, funded by the European Union and implemented by the Pacific Community (SPC), trought its thematic of "Agriculture and Forestry", aims to support the agro-ecological transition of the Pacific French overseas territories for an agriculture, especially organic, adapted to climate change and respectful of biodiversity.

The first regional Kiwa Initiative POLFN project, implemented by POETCom, aims to develop organic farming systems for food security, climate change adaptation and biodiversity conservation to build resilience of smallholder farmers in Fiji, Nauru, Tonga and the Solomon Islands.

The main objectives of the project are:

  • To increase the area of land in the Pacific Island Countries and Territories that is sustainably managed through Nature-based Solutions (agroecology and agroforestry).
  • To ensure changes in agricultural practices for food security through economic incentives. Monitoring will be implemented in farms and associated food networks.
  • Promote regional cooperation and experience sharing between farmers and communities in the Pacific.

A Call for expressions of Interest is currently open until October 7 to identify a list of potential educational farms in Fiji, Nauru, Tonga and Solomon Islands. Two organic teaching farms are to be established in each country to provide support and coordinate training with other farmers as farm advisors in partnership with SPC and POETCom.

The participation of the English-speaking team of the Kiwa POLFN project in this workshop is a very good example of regional cooperation between Pacific island Countries and French Territories. A translation of the exchanges between the two languages (English and French) has been planned to facilitate the discussions.

During the international exhibition "Tech & Bio" which will be held on October 7th and 8th in La Foa, a common stand will be held to present the actions implemented by SPC in the framework of the PROTEGE project and the regional Kiwa project.

Click here to watch the French TV news of 04/10 broadcasted on NC1ere https://bit.ly/3EhzNrr (starting at 5min45)

The POLFN Call for first circle #farmers is extended for the Solomon Islands!

17 November 2023

The POLFN Call for first circle #farmers is extended for the Solomon Islands!

@ POETCOM

The POLFN Call for first circle #farmers is extended for the Solomon Islands!

Submit your Expression of Interest #EOI forms and supporting documents to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., before November 23rd 2023.

All the information are available here: https://urlz.fr/ouF0

The POLFN project team in Tonga!

9 August 2022

The POLFN project team in Tonga!

@ Kiwa Initiative

The Organic Learning Farms Network is coming to life in the field. Members of the POLFN project team had been on the road from August 3 to 13 with their counterparts in Tonga.

It was with great pleasure that the Pacific Organic Farms Network project team, represented by project leader Timoci Nakalevu and members Emosi Cagi, Fuatino Fatiaki and Sandhya Devi accompanied by Drew Havea, Kiwa's POLFN National Project Coordinator for Tonga went on a field trip to the Kingdom of Tonga.

Understanding the farm assessment methodology

One of the objectives of the trip was to facilitate workshops from August 3 to 5 on the Tool for Agroecological Performance Evaluation (TAPE), which will be used to monitor and evaluate the progress of each learning farm in the POLFN network.

Workshops for the different actors of the network

Participants in these workshops came from Fiji and Tonga, with representatives from Solomon Islands and Nauru also able to participate virtually. Participants include representatives from the government, ministry of agriculture, forestry, health, youth, women and farmers of Tonga.

Potential farm visits

The rest of the stay aimed, for the project team, to meet with local staff and visit some potential farms in Tongatapu and Vavau.

Tonga is one of the four sites in the Kiwa network of organic educational farms (Fiji, Nauru, Solomon Islands and Tonga).

The POLFN team led an Agroecology training in Nauru

8 November 2022

The POLFN team led an Agroecology training in Nauru

@ Kiwa Initiative

Our Pacific Organic Learning Farms Network (POLFN) is in Nauru this week introducing the Tools for Agroecology Performance Evaluation (TAPE) to local farmers. The team visited the Buada Farm, seeing methods used for best productivity and organic compost.

Also known as ‘ecological agriculture’, agroecology is a way of farming and managing crops, livestock, forests, fisheries that is viable, long-lasting, resilient to climate change, and offers various other environmental, social and cultural benefits such as addressing food and water scarcity, and poverty.

 

The Solomon Islands Organic Learning Farms are officially launched

12 September 2023

The Solomon Islands Organic Learning Farms are officially launched

@ Poetcom

We are proud to announce the official launch of the Solomon Islands Organic Learning Farms, as part of the Kiwa #POLFN project.

These farms are set to make a significant impact on sustainable agriculture, enhancing innovative agroecological practices to boost ecosystem resilience, but also improve the well-being of our communities:
📍 Zai Na Tina Farm, in Honiara
📍 Gwa’unafiu Farm, in Malaita

The launch event took place at the Kastom Gaden Association farm, on Guadalcanal Island, with our dedicated Kiwa POLFN Team. We thank all the partners who have joined, like Mr. Lottie Vaisakavea, Permanent Secretary for the Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock, and Ms. Florence Rahiria, Deputy Director of the Pacific Community (SPC) Land Resources Division. We're also thrilled to have the support of local farmers, high school students, and representatives from neighboring communities.

This ground-breaking initiative implemented by the Pacific Organic and Ethical Trade Community at the Pacific Community-SPC pushes for traditional methods of farming intertwined agroecological approaches to promote organic practices and fostering knowledge exchange among small-holder farmers in the Solomon Islands.

Visit of Sashi Kiran at the POLFN farm in Tonga

24 March 2023

Visit of Sashi Kiran at the POLFN farm in Tonga

@ Kiwa Initiative

Mrs. Sashi Kiran, Assistant Minister for Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation in the Fijian Government at the National Federation Party in Fiji visited the Organic Learning Farm in Tonga. 

Drew Havea, board member of POETCOM has been providing guidance to the project, aiming at training women and youth in sustainable organic food systems to improve nutrition diversity.

Visit of the Navuso Agricultural Technical Institute with the Kiwa Initiative Secretariat and the French Development Agency

7 December 2023

Visit of the Navuso Agricultural Technical Institute with the Kiwa Initiative Secretariat and the French Development Agency

@ POETCOM

The POLFN team in Navuso was proud to welcome the Kiwa Initiative Secretariat and the French Development Agency on site ! This Organic Learning Farm will provide hands-on trainings and learning experiences for the surrounding communities. 

Thank you to all the POLFN members for their relentless involvment !

  • Project name:
    Pacific Organic Learning Farms Network (POLFN)
  • Project Coordinator:
    Pacific Community (SPC)
  • Project Start:
    2021
  • Estimated term:
    2025
  • Amount of funding:
    €4.6M
  • Project leader:
    Regional organization
  • Type of NbS:
    Preservation of functional agricultural & forest ecosystems
  • Cobenefits:
    Food security -  Socio-economic resilience - Biodiversity conservation

Developing access to organic farming methods and technologies to address food security, climate change adaptation and biodiversity conservation are the main objectives of the «Pacific Organic Learning Farms Network».

This 4.6 million-euro project implemented by SPC aims to meet the climate resilience and capacity building needs of smallholder farmers in Fiji, Nauru, Tonga and the Solomon Islands.

This first project of the Initiative will develop an organic farm network that will become learning centers that demonstrate the benefits of Nature-based Solutions such as agroecology and agroforestry and organic production methods and technologies. This project will have a cooperation and expertise exchange component with Wallis and Futuna, French Polynesia and New Caledonia in the framework of the PROTEGE project, financed by the regional budget of the 11th European Development Fund (EDF) and implemented by SPC.

The objective of the project?

  • Increasing the area of land sustainably managed through these Nature-based Solutions.
  • Ensuring sustainability through market incentives. Farms and their connected food networks will be monitored, with the goal of increasing their visibility and further spreading their knowledge and experience to other farms, communities and countries in the region.

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Climate change is contributing to an increase in extreme weather events in the Pacific. These phenomena lead to flooding, erosion, loss of biodiversity, and particularly affect access to drinking water and food, and threaten the livelihoods and subsistence of the Pacific communities. Thus in 2020, the year was particularly devastating for Fiji, the Solomon Islands and Tonga with cyclones Yasa (the most violent of the year), Ana or Harold.

AGROFORESTRY: Refers to practices combining trees, crops and/or animals on the same agricultural plot, bordering or in the field. This practice allows a better use of resources and greater biological diversity.

AGROECOLOGY: It is a way to design production systems that build on ecosystem assets by developing them while reducing environmental pressures and preserving natural resources. It includes organic farming, biodynamics, permaculture, natural agriculture or conservation agriculture.

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