Fertile Ground: EastWest Sustainability Network
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New Organic Training Centre at Kakojan College
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Participatory Guarantee System - Organic Certification in India
irrigation system - a simple system for gravity-fed water distribution
compost tea videos
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Marketing Organic Products in India
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Fertile Ground's programs support Assamese farmers, tea growers and families in their efforts to care for the soil, produce healthy crops, and protect local seeds and cultural practices
We provide classroom and hands-on training to demonstrate effective, low-cost practices for improving the soil and controlling insect pests.
Our activities create new connections between NGO's, educators, students, and members of farmers' and womens' organizations
High school students learn that vermicompost is a high quality natural fertilizer that can be made from weeds, kitchen scraps and other locally available materials.
Rajesh Singpho, small-scale organic tea grower, explains the traditional technique for producing Singpho Phalap to author Beatrice Hohenegger.
Adarsh Seuj Prakalpa Coordinator Pompy Ghosh presented longtime environmental activist Vandana Shiva with the traditional Assamese "gamusa" when they met in New Delhi.
We create opportunities for Canadian and Assamese people of all ages to share what they know about growing healthy food, and to find meaningful ways to connect.
Fall 2014 Newsletter
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