Permaculture is known for promoting sustainable agriculture, biodiversity, and community resilience. If implemented effectively, it could enhance local food production, soil health, and overall environmental sustainability. The training focused on permaculture principles.
Permaculture principles focus on sustainable and harmonious interactions with nature. They include concepts like observing and working with natural patterns, using diverse and companion planting, maximizing efficiency, and promoting renewable resources. Applying these principles helps create resilient ecosystems that support both human needs and the broader environment.
45 people were trained: A group of Kenyan and Ugandan smallscale farmers participated.