Vitoon Panyakul, the pioneer of organic agriculture in Thailand, spoke with the Young Organic Farmers 2020 about how organic agriculture is misunderstood on its most basic practices. Let’s explore its myth and how we can practically improve our farms while maintaining the farm ecology.
It is undeniable that market access is essential for organic farmers. Over the years, there have been more development of market avenues in which farmers can derive their income from. Thailand is a good case study that Wallapa would like to share with us.
Anocha Parameesak shows us that young organic farmers can be the agents of change, but he also proves that individualism does not work. In order to drive the movement, the overall organic food chain needs to be addressed and networking is key to this achievement.
Empowering Young Organic Farmer and Regenerative Seeds 2 August 2020, Online Platform Sombath Somphone Online Public Lecture 2020 is the third lecture being held to commemorate the spirit of Sombath Somphone, a Laotian activist who was a victim of forced disappearance in 2012 and has never been seen since. Sombath Somphone is well-known as a…