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8210345 bdaasa biodynamic agricultural association of southern africa

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Biodynamic Agricultural Association of Southern Africa

South Africa

The Biodynamic Agricultural Associasion of Southern Africa (BDAASA) is a non-profit, voluntary, membership-based association of individuals practising and/or supporting the practice of biodynamic farming or interested in learning more about it. We offer a 2-year on-farm training program. This course is quality assured by the Crossfields Institute and is thus an internationally recognised course. The BDAASA training program aims to provide its trainees with the skills, knowledge and understan...

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Johanna Frederika

South Africa

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8210652 pgssa pgs south africa

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PGS South Africa

South Africa

PGS South Africa is a voluntary organization promoting and supporting the Principles of Organic Agriculture as defined by IFOAM, and serving as a network and support organization for the development of market access for farmers through the PGS system of organic assurance.

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8210789 rlf rainman landcare foundation

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Rainman Landcare Foundation

South Africa

Training, research and advocacy for organic farmers in Southern Africa.

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South African Organic Sector Organisation

South Africa

SAOSO works to unite with farmers, producers, retailers and consumers of organic products so that collectively we can aim to successfully protect the future food freedom and natural ecology of South Africa. SAOSO's strategy is “Taking responsibility for food sovereignty and Sustainable Development through Organic Production and Agroecology Practices whilst reversing the adverse effects of climate change”.

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