Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Azolla-in-Ecological-Agriculture-Farm-in-Samar-27MZIFJXR22BB.htmlConceptually similarAnimal Feed in Ecological Agriculture Farm in SamarGP0STQWU5Completed★★★★Animal Feed in Ecological Agriculture Farm in SamarGP0STQWUBCompleted★★★★Ecological Agriculture Farmer in East SamarGP0STQWUDCompleted★★★★Ducks in Ecological Agriculture Farm in SamarGP0STQWU3Completed★★★★Animal Feed in Ecological Agriculture Farm in SamarGP0STQWU4Completed★★★★Ecological Agriculture Farmer in East SamarGP0STQWUCCompleted★★★★Ecological Agriculture Farmer in East SamarGP0STQWUFCompleted★★★★Ecological Agriculture Farmer in East SamarGP0STQWU6Completed★★★★Ecological Agriculture Farmer in East SamarGP0STQWU8Completed★★★★View AllGP0STQWUTAzolla in Ecological Agriculture Farm in SamarAzolla (or mosquito fern, or duckweed fern), is a genus of seven species of aquatic ferns in the family Salviniaceae. Farmer Hazel Myriz uses Azolla in the production of sustainable livestock feed in Quinapondan, Samar Leyte.She manages the Osborn farm, practicing an integrated diversified organic farming system.Locations:Asia-Leyte-Philippines-Samar-Southeast AsiaDate:11 Dec, 2016Credit:© Vincent Go / GreenpeaceMaximum size:5184px X 3456pxKeywords:Agriculture-Day-Ecological farming-Farms-Fodder-Food for Life (campaign title)-KWCI (GPI)-Outdoors-Plants-WaterShoot:Ecological Agriculture Farmers in The PhilippinesGreenpeace documents farmers in The Philippines who have been affected by super typhoon Haiyan on November 8, 2013. These farmers never lost hope which helped them recover fast. Super typhoon Haiyan made them realize the importance of taking care of the environment. This realisation led them shift to ecological farming practices using integrated diversified organic farming methods.Greenpeace supports ecological farming and enables communities to produce enough food to feed themselves. This form of agriculture fosters a future of healthy farming and healthy food, for all people. Ecological farming helps the world’s population to mitigate—and adapt to—climate change.