Check out Nourishing the Planet’s newest op-ed published today in Malawi’s The Nation. The article highlights our visit with Kristof and Stacia Nordin, who use their home and garden in Malawi to educate local farmers on both permaculture and biodiversity. Growing a variety of indigenous vegetables in sub-Saharan Africa is crucial to improving food security.
To read more about the Nordins see: Sweeping Change, Improving Livelihoods and Nutrition with Permaculture, and Homegrown Solutions to Alleviating Hunger and Poverty
- Sweeping Change
- Innovation of the Week: Homegrown Solutions to Alleviating Hunger and Poverty
- Improving Livelihoods and Nutrition with Permaculture
- Part 41: Where Would You Like to See More Agricultural Funding Directed?
- Pigeonpea: A Little Crop That’s Come a Long Way
- Celosia: Nature’s Prettiest Vegetable
- Innovation of the Week: Improving Farmer Livelihoods and Wildlife Conservation
- Veggies Going Once, Going Twice