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Farmeco seeks to reconnect people to land and
environment by being a hub around which seasonal activities and celebrations
for the multicultural communities can focus on. It acts as an opportunity for
people to interact with rural farming life by demonstrating the abundant,
diverse and non-chemical edible woodland food production which is nutritious
and therefore beneficial to health and personal well-being as well as working
together to widen food and farming partnerships.
By using permaculture principles, the project grows to be self-sustaining, increasing soil fertility, requiring low maintenance while producing a diverse range of outputs. We are working on becoming a high-profile project that has the potential to raise the status of Farmeco nationally as it will form part of a network of community owned and run farms, thereby facilitating exchange visits and eco-tourism. This program looks to expand on the partnership we have in Nepal to Kenya and Sri Lanka. Volunteer opportunities will be available to all countries.
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