CONGRATULATIONS BWINDI OPEN School Students and Mr. Frank Bush from South Kivu, DR Congo!
We are so proud of you and your hard work and this is shown through the remarkable end of spring growing season results. This further demonstrates that our regenerative organic agriculture practices sure works for sweet potatoes across our Kenya and DRC schools!! We now show these results to your local farm community and invite them into our program, and have them try our practices for sustainable agriculture. Click here to read more...
Malawi Ramps Up Its OPEN Sustainable Agriculture Research Program
Led by Dominic Nyasulu of the Malawi National Youth Network on Climate Change (NYNCC), the Lilongwe University of Agriculture in Lilongwe, Malawi begins OPEN regenerative agriculture experiments on the NRC Campus! The goal of our research around the world is to help small holder farmers and their communities adapt to and even help mitigate climate change impacts while increasing yields through the application of sustainable practices such as diked plot drainage systems, cover crops, no till farming, intercropping and related methods.
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Video interview series with leading scientists and experts who are authorities on the 21st century Global Challenge topics that OPEN's international education programs cover
At One Planet Education Network, our mission is to promote scientific literacy along with cross-cultural understanding, and to inspire a passion for lifelong learning. We not only want to prepare the global community of learners for the 21st-century workplace, but also to better prepare them to work together to effectively contend with the major challenges confronting our civilization.