Bhutan Goes for 100 Percent Organic, Challenges Abound

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Check out this article published in The Epoch Times on Wednesday, about Bhutan’s plans to turn its food production 100 percent organic by 2020.

In the article, Nourishing the Planet director Danielle Nierenberg comments that while the decision to go organic will mainly benefit the country’s own citizens, it can also serve as a good example for other regions and countries that do not have huge populations but do have a good amount of arable land.

Read the full article here.

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