Saffron’s flavor, fragrance, and color liven up foods and brighten up clothing throughout the world. It has also been valued for its medicinal properties.
Mesquite has a long history of usage by Native-Americans, but is only recently being rediscovered for its tasty flour and nutritional benefits.
The cape gooseberry’s pleasant taste makes it a healthy addition to sweet and savory dishes. This hardy fruit also has potential to jumpstart micro-enterprises.
Societies all over the world have found uses for the neem tree, especially as a natural pesticide and fertilizer in agro-ecological systems and as a medicine.
The chicken tractor is a sustainable, humane, cost-effective, and fun way for farmers to integrate chickens into an agro-ecological system.
In these water-scarce times, direct-seeded rice can help farmers reduce water and labor inputs while maintaining or even improving rice yields.
Vermicomposting can be a useful waste management technique that yields nutrient-rich compost for farmers and gardeners and helps to keep waste out of landfills.
The Great Green Wall is a bold effort to re-forest thousands of kilometers of land in the Sahel while developing local economies and reversing desertification.
Passion fruit is a sweet, tart, and aromatic fruit that pleases the culinary senses of those lucky enough to consume it.