South Africa urban farming. Small video showing a thriving backyard garden


A small working urban farm in South Africa

It is possible to integrate trees and horticulture, farm animals and food crops…This can help improve degraded areas through good agricultural practices. And boost food production from small spaces

Planting trees, keeping the land evergreen and using permaculture ways can also help to end poverty, improve food security and combat climate change across sub-Sahara Africa. Remember each little action helps and collectively it becomes a huge impact

Are you involved in any evergreen agriculture initiatives? Do you practice permaculture, do you have a food forest at your house, village or community? If not please be inspired to start one. If you have, please share your story and inspire others in the comment section….


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