Ecological agriculture, also sometimes referred to as agroecology in academic circles, is the basis of USC Canada’s approach. Ecological agriculture is a way of producing food that respects nature and biodiversity. It blends the eco-friendly practices of small scale family farms with principles of today’s ecological sciences. Working with nature, farmers build independence from costly external seeds and inorganic inputs that are often counterproductive.
USC Canada’s approach recognizes that farmers are local experts. They play as important a role in enhancing productivity as agricultural scientists. Through our programs, participating farmers and scientists work hand-in-hand.
Representante: Felix Vale Vega (Contraparte)
Sitio Web de Bolivia: https://www.usc-canada.org/what-we-do/seeds-of-survival/bolivia
Sitio Web de Canada: www.usc-canada.org
Datos de Contacto
Nombre de Contacto: Felix Vale Vega
Email de Contacto: firstname.lastname@example.org
Teléfono(s) de Contacto: 71441696
Dirección en Canada: 565 Sparks Street, Suite 600, Ottawa, Ontario K1P 5B1