Operating around the clock, World Central Kitchen is working every day to feed Ukranian refugees who have been displaced by war. They may face hunger, malnutrition and starvation. A team of chefs and other professionals source and hire locally to jump-start economic recovery through food. They put people back to work by preparing food who are partnered as restaurant groups or individuals. The program has fed 1 million people in the war torn region. Food is sheltered in secret locations as warehouses are subject to being bombed. The program is located in Ukraine and 5 surrounding countries.Read more: https://wck.org/?gclid=Cj0KCQjw5-WRBhCKARIsAAId9Fln01d1B9adqeUhnQxue9iU016gBOG7uPxHPLtQJWy
Contrary to popular belief, Israel did not invent the cherry tomato, but rather commercialized the growing and consumption practice. This is typical of the “startup nation” mentality – strong academic research backed by industrial buy-in, to profit from limited and diminishing economic resources. Coupling the above with entrepreneurial mindset means that technological inventions, such as the aforementioned, proves that Israel as a country is well-respected globally as an enterprising nation in the agriculture technology (agritech) space. So, what’s next?Read on to learn about the 5 universal challenges and which companies are solving them around the world: https://israeltrade.org.au/2022/02/16/the-future-of-farming/
Even fish can work. The amazing acts like eating and producing waste that fish do, is the perfect fertilizer for growing plants. Aquaponics is just like a natural ecosystem. Aquaponics represents the relationship between water, aquatic life, bacteria, nutrient dynamics, and plants which grow together in places like waterways throughout the world.
Exchanging the waste by-product from the fish as a food for the bacteria, to be converted into a perfect fertilizer for the plants, and then to return the water in a clean and safe form to the fish is how these systems work creating tremendous yields.
Thinking of helping organizations committed to organic farming? If you want to create a date for Valentine's Day, look no farther. Last year, New Hampshire offered a 15 minute date package with a cow for consumers on Zoom as a way to donate to an agricultural charity.The proceeds from the dates that were in high demand were donated to Wolfe’s Neck, an organization committed to organic farming, innovative soil health research, and future farmers. The company also helps local dairy producers by providing access to research grants.