ECOVA MALI: Letting the Crops Do Some of the Work

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This the second in a series about our visit to ECOVA MALI.

Madou Camara, the Country Director at the ECOVA training center, works with farmers, helping them learn more about agro-ecological methods of farming, including intercropping and perennial crops. Growing perennials, says Madou, helps to reduce labor and increase yields. Listen to him explain more about the importance of this type of farming in Mali:

To read part I of this series on ECOVA, see: Building Home Grown Knowledge

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