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June 30, 2016
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The joys and pains of a cassava harvest

 
June 30, 2016
NoFarmersNoFood

First sustainable agriculture project for farmers in The Philippines

The first sustainable agriculture program created for farmers in Leyte, Philippines. Content may shock the unaware.
April 5, 2016

Cassava Harvest: Day 2….One Ton!

Chipping....pulling.....carrying.....weighing....and still, at the end a hard day's work... Smiling. These ladies chipped one ton of cassava in ONE day. After two days, your donations allowed 50 people to work and feed their families. On behalf of the Farmers Relief team thanks all of you to make this possible. Isabel and Arno
April 4, 2016

Are You Strong Enough to Pull a Cassava?

April 1st wasn’t the day of fools in The Philippines, but the first day of harvesting cassava for us. Are you strong enough to pull a […]
February 18, 2016
young sprout in the ground corn in the field

Farmers Relief: The video intro

WE SUPPORT ALL FARMERS of the world for we know without farmers, what will we eat? Plastic rice (we can’t tell the difference), genetically modified corn (if […]
February 18, 2016
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Farmers Relief: life of A cassava video

Here is our first CASSAVA plantation season in Ormoc city, Philippines… Harvest will begin in May 2016 and we are very excited to begin the work! […]
December 22, 2016
Set of bio, eco, organic elements - labels, stickers, stamps, ribbons

How to beat GMOs with $35,000

A story GMOs do not want people to spread After we received an aggressive negative comment via phone from a representative of a GMO giant claiming this […]
December 20, 2016
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Why pay the IRS when you can save the planet?

Ok, maybe not the entire planet. But If you had a choice, would you rather give $100 to fund a military budget…or help a family in […]
June 30, 2016
CassavaBlogPic9

The joys and pains of a cassava harvest

 
June 30, 2016
NoFarmersNoFood

First sustainable agriculture project for farmers in The Philippines

The first sustainable agriculture program created for farmers in Leyte, Philippines. Content may shock the unaware.