Sustainable Agriculture for our Future and for the Earth — ecogreenlove

For a long time, there’s been a misinterpretation of the concept of “sustainability” in agriculture, mainly influenced by political and personal ideologies of its main proponents; thinking of sustainable farming as synonymous with “ecology” is a simplistic view of something broader and complex. Therefore, in order to understand sustainable agriculture, and how to realize it, … Continue reading Sustainable Agriculture for our Future and for the Earth — ecogreenlove

Man & Land | Sustainability — Edge of Humanity Magazine

Photographer Cristian Scotellaro is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay. From the ongoing project ‘A way to sustainability’. To see Cristian’s body of work, click on any image. Work in progress, focused on the practice of agricultural and social design systems that promote a sustainable… via Man & Land | Sustainability — … Continue reading Man & Land | Sustainability — Edge of Humanity Magazine

Shapeshifting into the Land: The Sacredness of Place

Eco-Friendly Colombia Coffee Farming On The Steep Hills Of Sierra Nevada — Edge of Humanity Magazine

Photographer Pieter Bas Bouwman is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography. From the project ‘Coffee farmers of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta’. To see Pieter ’s body of work, click on any image. San Javier is a village on top of a mountain ridge […] via Eco-Friendly Colombia Coffee Farming On … Continue reading Eco-Friendly Colombia Coffee Farming On The Steep Hills Of Sierra Nevada — Edge of Humanity Magazine

Farmers return to ancient wisdom using ducks to grow rice crops instead of harmful pesticides — Life & Soul Magazine

https://www.youtube.com/embed/rlVdJlTUnzs?version=3&rel=1&fs=1&autohide=2&showsearch=0&showinfo=1&iv_load_policy=1&wmode=transparent Farmers around the world are increasingly using ducks to grow their rice crops instead of harmful pesticides. The specially trained ducks are released into the paddy fields and feast on insects and weeds, which allows the rice crops to grow. The process, known as integrated rice-duck farming, is not new. Growing ducks and rice … Continue reading Farmers return to ancient wisdom using ducks to grow rice crops instead of harmful pesticides — Life & Soul Magazine