- Thank you, to everyone who wrote such nice things about my last article,
"Spring Thyme". Here is a very interesting link from Evans Odula, of
Kenya, about a project for orphans on Rusinga Island.
Hallo Marcia cash i also live in abeach in Rusinga island kenya where theb
population which is there is immigrant and people seems to be more focused
in fishing and the land is too small,but i managed to demaonstrate to people
thateven in public places food can be grown,remember most kids lucked
vitamins since the major food is fish and this caused malnutrition in some
kids,but from the experience i showed to them from what i learnt in
permaculture i came to realise that seing is believing.
Marcia i managed to put up sacks and filled them with soil and abit of
compost manure and let them stay for sometime,and when i finally
transplanted the vegetables to in them ,they were wonderfull and slowly
people believed that crops can be grown even in public places ,it is very
possible and achievable thanks for sharing.
evans odula www.badilisha.org
~Traveler in Thyme~
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