16th to 31st of October 2021
Daisy Ritchie & Alan de Boer
"Our clients observe a big change within a small space. Your able to monitor it, and manage it much easier than in a big shamba."
Daisy and Alan, the founders of Living Machines, are passionate about self-sustaining living, ecology, and natural systems through bioengineering.
Both are on a mission to energize and inspire people to learn about the different ecological processes that make up our diet and offer simple modular systems for people to grow their own food from home.
By bridging the gap of modern modular designs with organic farming practices they hope to be leaders in the positive change we need to see.
In the interview, they are advocating (and proving) that high productivity is possible, even in a small space, such as in their grow-houses - and by using regenerative practises. Together with Joseph Lentunyoi from Laikipia Permaculture Center, they are explaining nicely how regenerative farming practices help in water management.
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"To forget how to dig the earth and tend the soil is to forget ourselves."
– Mahatma Gandhi
ARE YOU THINKING OF GROWING YOUR OWN FOOD?
Are you thinking about growing your own food – on your windowsill, your balcony, in the backyard, or in a shamba on the outskirts of your hometown? Would you like to move towards self-sufficiency, not just for yourself, but also for your community and the city where you live?
Did you ever think about a more sustainable, even regenerative way of farming?ShambaJijini Summit brings you stories of people who grow food for their families without the use of chemicals. People, who earn a living from regenerative farming or even created a completely new career path for themselves.
If this is your line of thought, welcome to ShambaJijini.
Meet the pioneers in regenerative urban farming, business and urban livelihoods. Find inspirations in the stories and experiences of ambitious individuals, who are dedicated to produce healthy food and show pathways to regenerative food systems and a good, healthy live.