Friends of ENCA Farm

Friends of ENCA Farm serves as the educational and advocacy entity supporting the work of ENCA Eco-Tourism and Organic Farm in the Philippines. The rising threats of global climate change, extractive economies, and big developers continue to threaten environmental sustainability, food security, and cultural heritage throughout the Philippines. Our education and advocacy programs ensure that Filipino farmers have access to organic seeds, local youth participate in environmental education camps, and Ibaloi cultural practices are documented, taught, and preserved throughout the Philippines and world. Through community-based tourism programs ENCA visitors learn organic farming techniques and con...
Support Organic Seed Savers in the Philippines
 
This project will support Filipino organic farmers' access to the capital they need to build improved farm infrastructure and establish organic seed saving operations at their farms. Funds will also support the farmers' access to direct farm-to-market training and educational programs. These trainings will ensure farmers have access to the full extent of the organic market in the Philippines. This project is a continuation of the seed saving trainings that began in 2015. project reportread updates from the field
Organic Seed Bank Establishment in Philippines
 
The primary goal of this project is to develop a local sustainable source of organic seeds for farmers in the Northern Philippines. This will lower costs for farmers having to purchase seeds with each planting. This program will also improve the health of local soil by not having to use chemical fertilizers to grow hybrid and synthetic non-organic seeds. Friends of ENCA Farm will implement this program through comprehensive educational and training opportunities for participants. project reportread updates from the field
 
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