Thomson Reuters Foundation (http://www.trust.org) have officially accepted GO Organics into their pro-bono servicing network. Now we are able to make sure we have the legal structure for further development meeting our predetermined mission.
It’s always encouraging seeing farmers who are able to support each other forming an organic supplier cooperative.
Spending 5 full day at Thailand’s Uncle Choke forestry farm learning the basic of bamboo cultivation is really mind opening. Bamboo is indeed a versatile plant for regenerative agriculture.
We had the pleasure of visiting Fukuoka Japan meeting up GO Organics Japan on September 2016. Very inspiring and pleasure trip.
Not long ago, we went to Mae Wang, Chiangmai and worked with an organic farming family in setting some simple PVC piping net housing in their field.
With the support of IFOAM, we share with the farmers the purpose and the possible need for having certification. Rather looking for a third party certification process, we encourage them in working as a group towards a Participatory Guarantee Scheme (PGS).
Promote sustainable community development is the essence of what we do. Regular dialogue, sharing information and thought promote community collaboration.
Attended the Organic Expo 2014 in Bangkok Thailand.
The field visit to Sri Lanka was amazing! We shared and gained a lot at the visit.