The Backpack Farm Agriculture Program (BPF) is an internationally recognized social enterprise aggregating packages of “green” farming inputs and conservation training exclusively to smallholder “commercial” farmers with 2-5 acres of land earning their primary income from horticulture production.
Of the 145 million metric tons of fish harvested annually worldwide, nearly 8 million metric tons come from the oceans. Today, marine fish populations are in serious trouble due to overfishing, ecosystem degradation, and inept fisheries management.
International Development Enterprises India (IDEI), works to provide irrigation solutions to small farmers- smallholder farmers constitute 75% of India’s farmers and often remain trapped in an ongoing cycle of hunger and poverty due to small allotments of land.
The GROW BIOINTENSIVE Agriculture Centre of Kenya (G-BIACK) is a community based not for profit organization in Thika, Kenya that promotes biointensive agriculture, which is a form of ecological agriculture where no chemicals are used. The practices used allow for biointensive planting for increased volume and yields.
The Savory Institute is an organization dedicated to promoting large-scale restoration of the world’s grasslands by implementing Holistic Management. Holistic Management was developed 40 years ago by biologist Allan Savory as a way to save the savannah and its wildlife of Southern Africa from desertification.