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Suguru Tamaki

代表社員, 合同会社ソルファコミュニティ in 北中城村

農福連携で広がるおおきなわ!農福が地域を救う!

PRESENTED ON MAY 19, 2018
IN GINOWAN @ VOL 22

いままで取り組んできた農福連携事業から広がった連携の輪を紹介し、さらにその先にある連携、自然栽培、耕作放棄地及び農福連携がどこまでやれるかの可能性について語る。

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Nashville Grown

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Can of Worms

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Community Supported Agriculture

BY HANNAH ESTABROOK
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Food as Medicine

BY NARAYAN NIROULA
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Enthusiastic Community Building

BY JAMUNA NIROULA
@ AGRICULTURE: FOOD WITHOUT BORDERS ON MAR 11, 2017

Jamuna Niroula left Bhutan when she was 7 years old to live in Nepal and came to Canada in 2013. Because she left Bhutan so young she didn’t learn to farm with her parents so she is grateful to be able to work in the community gardens here learning about growing healthy food. 

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REFARMING

BY CHUCK KAYSER
@ VOL 26 ON SEP 02, 2017

For millennia Japan has successfully cultivated delicious, healthy produce leading to the traditions of eating local, seasonal foods grown sustainably. Chuck Kayser discusses the opportunity Japan has to combine the old ways with modern organic agriculture to regain the health of its populace and the natural environment.

千年の間日本は、美味しく、それぞれの地域の食事の伝統を牽引するような健康的な食物、旬のものがあり、持続可能な健康的食物の栽培を成功させてきました。今回Chuck Kayserさんに、人々の健康と自然環境を取り戻すために、現代の有機農業と昔ながらの農業の手法を日本は組み合わせるべきではないか、という事についてお話し頂きます

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The Importance of Nitrogen

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How Urban Farming Can Change The World

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