Highlights on Farmers training

Permaculture conducted its very first training of the year, it was a free training offer to 40 new farmers of Mchinji in memory and cerebration of Chilembwe day. It was decided that it would be best to not take leave but to have a working holiday for the sake of poor...

Compost toilets, the solution to Malawi’s Cholera crisis.

As the Cholera outbreak continues to ravage the country of Malawi, many organizations including the government are trying tirelessly to averse from the further spread of the disease while treating the symptoms. Cholera is spread by contaminated food or water and can...

first week of January 2023, Highlights

The passion fruits oasis in the villages of Madisi in DOWA District It was an amazing journey of 15 months of passion fruits oasis in the villages of Madisi in DOWA District, this is where permaculture aided a variety of seedlings to its farmers as a starter post...

last week of December

Amazing Permaculture Zone 5 December harvests, a true definition of a productive, sustainable, resilient free regenerative agriculture system. These are Mafowo/ Mfuwo/ fruits Syzygium guineense Both its fruits and leaves are edible; the pulp and the fruit skin are...

Second week of December

Permaculture farmers vs Conventional Farmers when planting in Malawi's Planting all farmers are planting their seasonal crops which includes maize / main staple crop which most farmers depend on. These photos were taken on the 10th of December in Mchinji district...

first Week of December

wetland permaculture Permaculture farmers in Mchinji are now able to extend growing and harvesting seasons by application of Permaculture principles into their wetlands which used to be spared for grazing animals. Agroforestry trees have been planted and are still...

Last week of November 2022 run-down

VISITATION FROM CARD On 24th November 2022, permaculture had visitors from CARD, they specifically came to learn practical agroecological Malawi examples. They were extremely amazed by the way permaculture gardens are plush and green yet it is just the beginning of...

Week 3 of November, Updates from the Paradise

Permacultures’ New development plan along M12 road Lilongwe - Chipata Zambia Lately, permaculture is working on constructing Malawi's leading organic Farmers Market, Cafe, Permaculture and agroforestry training center, Kids recreation center, public events space,...

First Half of November 2022 Highlights

The resiliency of permaculture Permaculture is resilience and sovereignty in a dry but productive environment. As most farmers await the rainy season, this is the driest month of the year; fields are bare and dormant, trees have been cut and grasses slashed and...

Cohort 4 Mchinji Training highlights

Cohort number 4 which had 65 farmers from around Mchinji district just finished their permaculture training at the paradise, it was a marathon of 5 days and the farmers trained will now become lead farmers for other new farmers. The training run from the 29th August...
Highlights on Farmers training

Highlights on Farmers training

Permaculture conducted its very first training of the year, it was a free training offer to 40 new farmers of Mchinji in memory and cerebration of Chilembwe day. It was decided that it would be best to not take leave but to have a working holiday for the sake of poor...

Compost toilets, the solution to Malawi’s Cholera crisis.

Compost toilets, the solution to Malawi’s Cholera crisis.

As the Cholera outbreak continues to ravage the country of Malawi, many organizations including the government are trying tirelessly to averse from the further spread of the disease while treating the symptoms. Cholera is spread by contaminated food or water and can...

first week of January 2023, Highlights

first week of January 2023, Highlights

The passion fruits oasis in the villages of Madisi in DOWA District It was an amazing journey of 15 months of passion fruits oasis in the villages of Madisi in DOWA District, this is where permaculture aided a variety of seedlings to its farmers as a starter post...

last week of December

last week of December

Amazing Permaculture Zone 5 December harvests, a true definition of a productive, sustainable, resilient free regenerative agriculture system. These are Mafowo/ Mfuwo/ fruits Syzygium guineense Both its fruits and leaves are edible; the pulp and the fruit skin are...

Second week of December

Second week of December

Permaculture farmers vs Conventional Farmers when planting in Malawi's Planting all farmers are planting their seasonal crops which includes maize / main staple crop which most farmers depend on. These photos were taken on the 10th of December in Mchinji district...

first Week of December

first Week of December

wetland permaculture Permaculture farmers in Mchinji are now able to extend growing and harvesting seasons by application of Permaculture principles into their wetlands which used to be spared for grazing animals. Agroforestry trees have been planted and are still...

Last week of November 2022 run-down

Last week of November 2022 run-down

VISITATION FROM CARD On 24th November 2022, permaculture had visitors from CARD, they specifically came to learn practical agroecological Malawi examples. They were extremely amazed by the way permaculture gardens are plush and green yet it is just the beginning of...

Week 3 of November, Updates from the Paradise

Week 3 of November, Updates from the Paradise

Permacultures’ New development plan along M12 road Lilongwe - Chipata Zambia Lately, permaculture is working on constructing Malawi's leading organic Farmers Market, Cafe, Permaculture and agroforestry training center, Kids recreation center, public events space,...

First Half of November 2022 Highlights

First Half of November 2022 Highlights

The resiliency of permaculture Permaculture is resilience and sovereignty in a dry but productive environment. As most farmers await the rainy season, this is the driest month of the year; fields are bare and dormant, trees have been cut and grasses slashed and...

Cohort 4 Mchinji Training highlights

Cohort 4 Mchinji Training highlights

Cohort number 4 which had 65 farmers from around Mchinji district just finished their permaculture training at the paradise, it was a marathon of 5 days and the farmers trained will now become lead farmers for other new farmers. The training run from the 29th August...

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