Join us for an enlightening and empowering workshop where you’ll delve into the practices that form the foundation of sustainable agriculture. This workshop is designed for farmers, agricultural enthusiasts, and anyone interested in cultivating a healthier and more resilient food system.
Black Soldier Fly (BSF) larvae present a sustainable solution for both animal nutrition and soil enrichment. These larvae efficiently convert organic waste, such as food scraps, and agricultural and industrial by-products, into high-quality protein and fat, making them an ideal feed source for livestock and poultry. Rich in essential amino acids and nutrients, BSF larvae contribute to improved animal growth and health while reducing reliance on traditional feed sources like soy and fish meal. Moreover, when integrated into composting systems, the residue (frass) from BSF larvae processing enhances soil fertility. The larvae produce nutrient-rich frass, a valuable organic fertilizer that promotes plant growth and soil structure. This dual-purpose utilization of waste-reared BSF larvae aligns with the principles of circular economy and sustainable agriculture, offering a promising alternative to conventional waste management and feed production practices. Waste-reared BSF larvae hold great potential to create a more resilient and eco-friendly agricultural system.
The Grains for Growth Programme aims to develop inclusive, and economically viable grain-supply chains that will offer employment and entrepreneurship opportunities, contribute to better incomes, and improve the livelihoods of farmers, especially women and youth. This programme does not only impact livelihood and improve local sourcing of grains but leverages the successful work already done to incorporate regenerative agriculture practices, build farm ecosystems, and reduce our environmental footprint.