1. 28/03/2016 Training participants in Koaran, Burkina Faso are praising the qualities of local workshops held in their community. Located about 250km from the capital, Ouagadougou, this remote village is one that is benefitting from farmer-to-farmer instruction. Across West Africa, this educational style has...
  2. 01/01/2012 Dawn Berkelaar, working with Dr. Martin Price and Danny Blank, featured this farming system inEDN 98. At that time, the technique was known as “Farming God’s Way” (FGW). Subsequently, the name was changed to “Foundations for Farming” (FFF); however, it continues to also be promoted as FGW. FGW...
  3. 24/01/2017 Knowing a subject is not enough to train on it, training adults requires specific competencies. This week in Burkina Faso, key trainers from across West Africa are meeting to improve their knowledge about the Foundations for Farming (FFF) method, and to improve their skills in sharing knowledge...
  4. 20/04/2013 An important principle of conservationagriculture is that of targeted, precision applications of organic or inorganic fertilizer near crop plants, as opposed to evenly dispersing inputs over an entire field. In a row-crop setting, this can be done by banding fertilizer next to the crop plants. In...
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    01/01/2012 Dawn Berkelaar a écrit un article sur ce système agricole dans le numéro 98 d’EDN, en collaboration avec Martin Price et Danny Blank. À l’époque, cette technique s’appelait « Culture à la mode de Dieu » (Farming God’s Way, FGW). Par la suite, ce nom a été remplacé par « Fondements pour l’...
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  8. 01/08/2017 Le "Foundation for Farming" est souvent traduit en Français par Les Fondements de l'Agriculture qui a son origine dans la méthode "Farming God's Way" (Agriculture Selon le Principes de Dieu). Dans le Sahel il est surtout connu sous le nom de "Zaï" ou les "trous agricoles". Dans la pratique, le...
  9. 16/01/2018 This photo story submitted by Robert Sanou Caption:In Africa we say that there is justsome information that we can’t keep toourselves. The farmer in the photo planted two separate fields of millet, one using the FFF method (left) and the other using the traditional method (right). Just amazing! ...