Pacific Organic Farmers Call for Innovative Solutions to Sustainable Food Systems Effort

Innovative approaches to manage natural resources to strengthen food security and poverty alleviation and contribute to the wellbeing of the Pacific people was called for by the Pacific organic movement during a virtual dialogue last week. The Dialogue…

Green News: Adding local organic food to your meal can help improve your diet

Adding local organic food to your meal can help improve your diet, add color to your life and make a real change for biodiversity? Cooking these products is a powerful and easy way to protect Pacific biodiversity, as it helps lower the impact of…

Fiji President lauds organic certification effort

In recognition of Fiji’s Rotuma island seeking organic status, Fiji’s President, His Excellency Major General (Retired) Jioji Konrote hosted island representatives, the Fiji Ministry of Agriculture, organic certification partners and staff from the…

Organics open new opportunities for gender equality

As the recovery from COVID-19 in the Pacific gains momentum, agriculture and food systems are central to its success.  The organic movement in Fiji and region-wide has continued to grow, even during this still lingering calamity. Now is the time to…

Using intercropping plants to reintroduce biodiversity on farm plots

French Polynesia is conducting trials with intercropping plants to better manage biological pests while limiting the use of fertilizers, herbicides, or insecticides. Julie Grandgirard, an entomologist at the French Polynesia Agriculture Department who is…

Launch of the guide to organic cattle farming in New Caledonia

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