1. 05/10/2015 Kindo Ramata est une jeune fille rurale de 22 ans habitant Kouka, le village d’Emile Sanou, formateur et pratiquant de la méthode FFF. Sur le plan culturel, Kindo Ramata en tant que femme, a un accès limité et contrôlé à l’exploitation de la terre pour en faire sa propriété. Pour cela, elle doit...
  2. 20/10/2015 After attending the ECHO conference in 2010, small-scale farmerEmile decided to apply the method of the FFF or FPA (foundations for agriculture). Other farmers in the region socoffed at him for digging holes and planting according to the methods he had learned. However, the surprise of Emile, and...
  3. 26/03/2015 Foundation For Farming (FFF) is an initiative to bring about a change in people's lives, communities and nations through the faithful and productive use of the land. FFF encourages loyalty toward all that God has given us (the sun, soil, rain, time, seed and harvest). The technique involves...
  4. 26/07/2015 The second annual Redeeming the Dirt Conference is forChristian farmers, gardeners, and agrarians from around the country seekingto learn how to better express our love for Jesus through the way we tend the land. The goal of this conference is to encourage, challenge, inspire, and equip followers...
  5. 24/08/2017 Description from the event coordinators: Come and learn about this amazing tool for equipping the poor and ushering in the promised abundant life of Christ, in the “agricultural domain”. This three day seminar will cover all three integrated spheres of influence - Biblical, Management, and...
  6. 01/01/2008 This method encourages faithfulness with all that God has given us—sun, soil, rain, time, seed and harvest—in order to experience the God-given potential of the land. The technique involves permanent planting stations, lots of mulch using crop residues, and careful management.
  7. 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...
  8. 04/01/2017 Sipasi Olalekan Ayodele is the most recent recipient of the Africa Youth Award for Agriculture. The CEO of L’Afrika Integrated Farms and ProtectOzone in Nigeria, he was nominated for the award based on his implementation of the Foundations for Farming methods, and for innovations at his poultry...
  9. 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...
  10. 20/04/2008 There is a huge difference in yield between FGW and traditional methods.