In March 2018, SFHC was pleased to host a visit from the Seed and Knowledge Initiative (SKI)â€™s Community of Practice. These experienced and dedicated activists, farmers, and community leaders joined us for several days to exchange knowledge, share… Read More
Launch: we have a podcast!
What is agroecology? How is it related to biodiversity and conservation? What is participatory research, and what does it mean to share different types of knowledge? How can you map knowledge sharing across a landscape?
If youâ€™ve ever wondered about any of these questions, we have good news for you! SFHC is launching a podcast this year. Weâ€™re calling it â€œFrom the Ground Upâ€.
This first episode delves deep into one of our major current projects, FARMS 4 Biodiversity, to explore how all of these topics come together in our work. From pollination and pest control, to politics and participatory research, this episode introduces it all.
Our first episode features three of SFHCâ€™s research collaborators: Daniel Kpienbaareh (Ghana, Canada), Stephanie Enloe (USA), and Cassandra Vogel (Germany), hosted by student Sammi Landsman (Cornell University). Episode 2 (coming soonâ€¦) features SFHCâ€™s Deputy Director Laifolo Dakishoni in conversation with Rodgers Msachi, Head of Community Promoters.