Mushrooms, Vegetables and Bees

50 million tons of rice straw are produced every year in Vietnam. This straw resulting from rice harvest is considered as a waste and burnt by farmers. Burning is a fast and economic way of getting rid of it. However, burning releases greenhouse gases and toxic chemicals in the air, it also reduces the visibility on the road and can cause traffic accidents. In a village in Thai Binh province, farmers stopped burning rice straw and changed it into cash.

Thanks to Fargreen, a social enterprise promoting a sustainable agriculture producing healthy organic food, farmers have…

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Thuận Sarzynski

Thuận Sarzynski

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