Article about permEzone's 2nd pilot project, in Uganda
The article talks about the permEzone training that was organised by Charles’ team at Broadfield Enterprise Uganda to enable willing farmers to produce food and supplement their incomes while saving the environment through good practices. It talks about the challenging local environment, and marvels at how the farmers have learnt how to adapt and look for ways for survival and at the lush green gardens containing different crops.
“For permaculture to thrive or become policy in Uganda, it will require putting indigenous agricultural practices at the front before industrial agriculture”.
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