The Green Care's mushroom cultivation centre continue to make strides as a climate-smart activity in a community that is already having visible effects of climate change. We are grateful for all the financial donations through GlobalGiving. Community members are gradually taking more interest in mushroom farming as the activity does not require large expanses of land to operate. A community member in the person of Mr Peeters remarked that '... this mushroom farming is an agricultural practice without blisters ...'. This remark of Mr Peeters alludes to the kind of subsistence agriculture where peasants till the land manually for very little output. He promised to encourage community members to diversify their means of subsistence by engaging in mushroom cultivation. Green Care will be giving pieces of training on mushroom farming in the months ahead. We wish to thank all our donors and promise to improve livelihoods in our community through mushroom farming. We promise to do more in 2020. Thank you!
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