Category Archive for: ‘Energy Farming’

  • New Residents at HI Mexico: Chickens!

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    For the first time, a Himalayan Institute Energy Farming program has integrated chickens into its organic farming model. They are especially appropriate in Mexico where most families keep chickens. HI Mexico will help families learn how to take full advantage of these valuable animals, who …

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  • Going ‘Green’ in Jonotla

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    HI Mexico’s Demonstration Farm now features a brand new greenhouse. Constructed of high-grade plastic sheeting stretched over a frame of locally-grown bamboo, the greenhouse will provide a controlled environment for nursing herbs and vegetable seedlings, growing specialty crops like vanilla, and extending the growing season …

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  • Energy Farming for a Healthier Africa

    The HI Cameroon Energy Farming campus in Kishong village is supporting the Total Health program with new ingredients for medicinal formulations. Most recently, Energy Farming Program Leader Lilian Gupie organized a harvest of calendula flowers. Back at the Community Center in Kumbo the flowers will …

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  • Energy Farming Tiller Service Program Comes to Wasi Village

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    The Himalayan Institute Cameroon is bringing modern agriculture to rural villages with its power tiller service program. Miles from the nearest paved road, amid the grass fields of the Mbar Mountain basin, lies unassuming Wasi village. Throughout most of the year, the market square remains …

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  • 17 Students Graduate from First Month Long Training Course in Sustainable Organic Agriculture

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    With the graduation of 17 students from the first month-long intensive training program in Sustainable and Organic Agriculture, the Himalayan Institute Mexico is on the way to fulfilling its mission of creating a lasting change in the lives of farmers in the Sierra Norte. True …

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  • Expansion of Energy Farming Program in South India

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    Due to overwhelming community support, 20,000 more pongamia seedlings are being cultivated in the Tibetan settlements of Rabgayling and Bylakuppe. The plants will be distributed next planting season to local farmers who’ve expressed interest in the Himalayan Institute’s Energy Farming program. These small seedlings represent …

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  • HI Members Plant Pongamia in Bylakuppe Settlement

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    As part of a larger spiritual excursion to some of India’s holiest sites, Himalayan Institute members traveled to the Bylakuppe Tibetan refugee settlement in southern Karnataka. There, in the Institute’s pongamia nursery, they volunteered and strengthened the partnership between the HI and the Central Tibetan …

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  • HI Mexico’s First Month-Long Organic Agriculture Training Course

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    Class began June 1st for HI Mexico’s first intensive training course on sustainable agriculture techniques. 18 students, ages 18 to 41, are enrolled in the month-long course which will meet for four hours every weekday in June. Each day will begin with two hours of …

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  • Rainwater Catchment and Irrigation System

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    A rainwater catchment and irrigation system has been installed on the HI Mexico demonstration farm in Jonotla. The land does not have access to the city water system, so rainwater catchment is a great way to ensure a consistent supply of water.

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  • Himalayan Institute Mexico Grand Opening

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    On April 29, the Himalayan Institute Mexico held its Gran Apertura—Grand Opening—event. The day was joyous, as the HIM team celebrated the unveiling of nine months of hard work and the community was first able to directly participate in HIM activities. The day began in …

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