Creating Sustainable Livelihoods in Nepal

Permaculture Magazine
Tuesday, 10th September 2019

Chris Evans from the Himalayan Permaculture Centre speaks to Maddy Harland, Permaculture Magazine editor, at the 2019 Oxford Real Farming Conference.

Chris explains the work of the project in Nepal, and how they are working from a grassroots level, teaching local farmers a range of skills to become food secure, to create healthy lifestyles and to earn an income.

The project reaches thousands of people across 352 villages, transforming the lives of farmers, who then go on to teach others.

To learn more about the Himalayan Permaculture Centre visit

To learn more about Chris Evans and his UK permaculture centre visit

To learn more about the Oxford Real Farming Conference visit

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