Growing organic: bridging the gap between farmers and society  

I like to say that I was first trained by earthworms. And now, I like to think that I am taking that training to other farmers, and to society.  When I started vermicomposting on my family’s conventional grain farm in Austria about 25 years ago, my motivation was to have a lucrative business opportunity — … Continued

Power, Policy, and Redefining Innovation: A Discussion with Ishmael Sunga

Ishmael Sunga is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of The Southern African Confederation of Agricultural Unions (SACAU). A Zimbabwean national, Ishmael Sunga has more than 30 years’ wide-ranging experience in agriculture and rural development, including in policy research, advocacy, and development management. He became SACAU’s CEO in 2005, two years after the establishment of its … Continued