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Joy in Nigeria grows different types of crops using sustainable agricultural techniques taught by Tearfund partner Rurcon.

From: Farming for the future – Footsteps 110

Strategies farmers can use to maintain healthy ecosystems and productive farms

Farmer-managed natural regeneration allows living stumps, roots and seeds in the ground to grow and flourish, restoring land and livelihoods. 

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