|Composting for the Small Farmer - How to Make Fertilizer from Organic Waste (FSDA - UNEP, 1993, 24 p.)|
Hands On is the Foundation's 16 page, bimonthly newsletter. Each issue focuses on one specific development topic, exploring it in detail and leaving the reader with leads to further information and assistance. Yearly subscriptions are Kshs 150 for individuals and community groups and Kshs 300 for organizations. Send a cheque or money order for the correct amount along with your name, organization (if any) and areas of interest to receive this innovative and truly useful publication. Bulk orders available.
The FSDA extension programme offers a series of comprehensive training courses in organic/sustainable agriculture. These courses can be tailored to meet a community's exact farming needs, and are conducted right on the farm to give maximum practical experience to trainees. Our Training Prospectus gives an outline of the courses offered. Write to the Programme Director, FSDA, for your free copy.
Why rely on imported tools when Kenya is producing her own? Designed by FSDA's Appropriate Technology Section and manufactured by local jua kali artisans, these hand tools are made from heavy guage recycled metal to provide farmers and gardeners with practical and sturdy implements for long term, sustainable use.
The full colour, A2 size poster shown on the following page is
now available from
FSDA. Contact us for information about discount bulk ordering.