AGROECOLOGY – Malaysians Share Their Experiences

CAP’s new publication, “Agroecology For All: Initiatives in Malaysia”, explores agroecology best practices through the personal experiences of smallholder farmers, urban gardeners, communities, social and educational institutions and individuals.

The publication highlights agroecology as a way to work toward food sovereignty, where the control of seeds remains in the hands of farmers and the land is used in ecologically sustainable ways.

For the entire month of December, we are featuring full-length excerpts from the book to encourage more Malaysians to practise sustainable urban agriculture. Look out for the posts and don’t forget to share them with your relatives and friends to spread the knowledge.

(Picture shows urban gardener Vimala Sahadevan [on the right] receiving a copy of the CAP book, “Agroecology For All: Initiatives in Malaysia”.)

Agroecology Fund