6473Re: Map of natural farms and meeting
- Sep 23, 2007Hello Radha,
Thank you for replying and volunteering to help.
It will be most helpful if you can make a website or even just add
up to this fukuoka farming site somehow
on what's going on with natural farmers and clayball projects in
I hear stories of India, but I do not have the whole image.
How many natural farms do you know in India, and what do they grow
and how do they grow? Do they use clayballs, Do they accept
And are there any ongoing clayball projects? How is your project
going, how was the result of your last seeding, what were the
Also how many of fukuoka's books are available, and in what language?
Can other Indian people help to gather all the above information or
is it already available somewhere?
How about making a function with which people can add reports on
their private visit to the natural farms in addition to the more
official information of those farms?
(sorry, it is so easy for me to just make a proposal and give work
to others, but please do whatever you think you would like to do and
you think it is helpful to people around you.)
I think these information from each country will be helpful, but
perhaps, it will be easier if someone try to gather information from
his/her own country only and main purpose of the website is to give
information to the people of that country, (of course, it is good if
this can help foreign visiters as well). And when we know there are
enough information from each country worth while to make the
international website, we can try to sort out information. What do
Thank you Bob, for the map, you are right, the map grew a little
bigger in my imagination, but I think the original idea for the map
was very good and when we have enough people to contribute, we can
for sure, make a better map.
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