Environmental Conservation

Plastic bags ban

Even though the usage of plastic bags is still slowly on the rise, many countries have started to become aware of the environmental damage they can cause.

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Insect house

The lack of possibility to find a safe place to live and reproduce drives many beneficial insects away from our gardens. We need to revert this trend and attract insects back by providing them a house.

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off-grid living

Some people take green living a step further by creating a self-sustaining lifestyle. It’s possible to achieve it, even if you’ve never lived a life off the grid. It only takes a few easy steps...

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Seedlings

Malawi has planted over 60 million tree seedlings this tree planting season. Tree seedlings were planted on customary lands, in plantations, forest reserve areas and even along the Shire river banks to prevent river's siltation.

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indigenous woodlot

The rate of deforestation in Malawi ranks globally on the fourth place. But some farmers take care of indigenous woodlots, managing them sustainably.

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Green manure

Green manuring is a method that can be easily utilized on large farming plots, as well as small vegetable gardens. To learn more about the purpose of sewing green manure crops for soil fertility, read this article.

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Benefits of crop rotation

The practice of crop rotation is one of the most effective farming strategies, as it comes with numerous benefits that are very important for reducing the use of chemicals and...

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permaculture in malawi

Matthews Shaba Mpofu is pioneering something that a few Malawians have ever heard of. He is teaching people about permaculture farming to achieve sustainable...

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Facts about the rainforest

Rainforests are extremely important ecosystems for our planet. The following are just a few of the amazing facts about our world’s rainforests.

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Malawian Farmers Fight Climate Change

Through conservation agriculture practices and the growing of drought resistant crops, local subsistence farmers are hoping to salvage something out of the climate change challenges.

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