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Two Landcare projects were launched on the Pozible Crowd Funding platform on 18th September.Â One is in Indonesia and the other in Bangladesh. Unfortunately neither were successful but we thank the many people who offered to support both these programs.Â … Continue reading
Photo of Indonesian study tour team from Sahabat Lahan Indonesia (SLI) from left: Sutar, Suwardi, Silvi, Siti and Uyung with Philippines hosts Frandel and Evy from Landcare Foundation of the Philippines (LFPI). See Study Tour Photo Gallery here Above from … Continue reading
Victoria Mack’s report of her November 2013 visit to the Merapi Landcare project, and also with the Sahabat Lahan Indonesia (Landcare Indonesia) BoardÂ can be accessedÂ here. SLI meeting at Gadjah Mada University: From left: Uyung Pramudianto (SLI facilitator), Dr. Satyawan Pudyatmoko … Continue reading
The Indonesian landcare project is located at Selo which is nestled on the north side of Mt Merapi.Â The village is safe as the volcanic debris has beenÂ fallingÂ on the south and west of the cone, however, Selo is now an … Continue reading