Originally published on January 25, 2017.
Part Four concludes the series with a description of what farmers can do with their milk, owing to significant private sector investment for sustainability. Learn More
Part Three of a Four; in Part One we introduced some of the philosophies used by the BDEP team to guide their project, while in Part Two we mentioned how two of these philosophies drive the activities undertaken by BDEP. One of the most important philosophies followed by BDEP is that believing comes from farmers seeing progress with their own eyes, in their local setting. Part Three explores some of the most important topics which farmers are seeing on a daily basis, on their farm or on their neighbor’s farm. Learn More
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