Solomon Amuzu

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Earth Care, People Care, Fair Share

What if every school and every community had a garden maintained by the students or citizens, and everyone thereby had open access to nourishing organic food? This was my vision when I founded Call to Nature Permaculture. With a three-acre organic farm in nearby Aburi as our agricultural base, CTNP planted thousands of trees, started three school gardens, and gave away organic produce to underserved populations in metro Accra in our first year. In our second year, we diversified into Moringa production and are seeking to bring this miracle of natural nutrition and skin care to our local and global community. We have won grants from The Pollination Project and Water Charity, among others. Learn more about our projects at our Patreon site.

I graduated from the Kumasi Institute of Tropical Agriculture in 2010. My Extinction Radio segments are archived here at PANinA.

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