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APPLY NOW: Facilitate a discussion or pitch idea at GLF youth session in Peru

Are you:

  • Involved in forestry, agriculture, fisheries, mountains or land use and passionate about the role youth play?
  • 18-30 years old?
  • Good at fostering lively group discussions or presenting ideas in an interesting and succinct way?
  • Passionate about finding creative solutions to big challenges?

You are just the kind of person we are looking for to lead dynamic, action-oriented roundtable discussions or pitch innovative ideas to an expert panel at the 2014 Global Landscapes Forum. (more…)


Seed Sovereignty

Talking about Seed 


In 2011, US based multi-national seed giant Monsanto tried to establish its market in Nepal, but the attempt could not succeed largely as a result of widespread protests from students, environmentalists and social activists. Two years on, USAID is backing Monsanto’s entry through the country’s most powerful business group.

Although imported Monsanto seeds were being sold at retail shops throughout the country for the last several years, rolling a red carpet for the company that has been internationally discredited and blamed for farmer suicides in India reeks of moral corruption.



Nepal Blogs

Strength in Numbers

Global Plant Protection News

Produced by the International Association for the Plant Protection Sciences (IAPPS). To join IAPPS and receive the Crop Protection journal online go to:

Smart Agriculture Guide

Empowering farmers to realize economic and food security


Bandana Bhusal

AGRI-WORLD / कृषि संसार

कृषि मुलश्च जीवनम्

youth speaks

The World Needs Agriculturist

Farming Matters !

Live. Laugh. Farm.


........and here i stand


agiculture related research

Inspiring youth

Agricultural student of IAAS

Kalu Samuel's Blog

Agric News || Agricultural opportunities||International Conferences ||Youth in Agriculture


Breaking news and updates from News pictures, video, Twitter trends.


Developing our agri sector!


animal doctor


"...but six legs are too many from the human standpoint." ~Joseph W. Krutch

Agriculture Here

presentation of gobin "N@bodit"

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