December 23, 2017

Tropical Storm Tembin Kills 180 in Mindanao

Flash flood and dangerous landslides hitting the island of Mindanao, Philippines
June 16, 2017

The Death Toll of French Fries

French fries are more dangerous than previously thought, but it’not the French’s fault. With a study that will cause tension at Mc Donald’s, organic farmers will rejoice. Eight […]
June 13, 2017

A Car Rental Company in The Philippines Shares Profit with Farmers

Ormoc City, Leyte When a car rental company in The Philippines begins to share their profit to help their local farmers association, it is worth a blog. […]
March 19, 2017

Folks from US and Europe join to help Filipino farmers

The Farmers of Leyte island are indebted to you!  We are dedicating our first newsletter of the year to all of you for your aid to the farmers. […]
January 19, 2017
Mobile Warehouse

How to build a mobile sun dryer in a cassava field in two days.

Leyte, Philippines. January 2017. Construction Site The last four months of the year were rather unkind to Southeastern Asian farmers who suffered consistent  waves of rain, crippling […]
December 26, 2016
Set of bio, eco, organic elements - labels, stickers, stamps, ribbons

A Permanent Sustainable Agriculture System for $35,000

A success story GMOs do not want people to spread After we received an aggressive negative comment via phone from a representative of a GMO giant […]
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 […]