Have you ever wondered what grassroots development programs look like? Well, let’s feed your curiosity with some insights from Tropentag 2022. Peter Sprang, from the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) shared some interesting facts on this through his poster presentation on Climate-Smart Villages (CSVs) in Laos.
Tropentag brings students, scientists, extension workers, decision-makers, and politicians interested and engaged in agricultural research and rural development in transitioning and developing countries together every year. Can agroecological farming feed the world? Farmers’ and academia’s
In the middle of several amazing posters, one poster really caught my eye and it was presented by Wyclife Agumba Oluoch where he focused on the threats and management options of wild edible plants in
Luisa Pereira Goss from the University of Hohenheim talked about agroecological transitions and presented a case study of the Terra Vista settlement where she grounded her thoughts on how the settlement went under ecological transition
It was interesting to see academia and farmers together at the Tropentag 2022 workshop “Decoding agroecology – a guiding concept for a sustainable transition of African agricultural systems?”, organized by Dr. agr. Marcus Giese, University