Biocyclic Vegan International is glad to announce that they have signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Wikifarmer, a global platform with the mission of empowering farmers through educating them and offering them access to the open market to sell their products at fair prices.
Wikifarmer is a worldwide collaboration with the mission of empowering and educating farmers across the world. It is an Organization with Social Impact, leading a transformation in Agriculture and Food Systems by focusing on free Education, Sustainability, and forcing Transparency, Accountability, Security, and Honesty, across the food supply chain.
To accomplish that, Wikifarmer offers an open Library with educational material covering a wide range of agricultural topics, translated into numerous languages (more than 14), to be accessible to everyone and help farmers make fact-based decisions on how to produce sustainably high-quality products. In 2021 more than 5 million unique visitors from more than 180 countries have read their material online.
At the same time, they believe that all farmers in the world should be able to showcase their production, set a price for their products, and compete fairly in the local or the global marketplace. To strengthen farmers’ position in today’s competitive landscape, Wikifarmer introduces them to e-commerce, help them create a profile online, present and translate their products and match them with buyers. Wikifarmer’s Market Place is accessible to all farmers and buyers (for B2B and B2C transactions) worldwide and is translated into 5 languages (English, Spanish, Italian, French, and Greek).
Through the cooperation with Wikifarmer it will become possible that more farmers worldwide will hear about the existence and potential of biocyclic vegan agriculture! And it will help them to gain new access to the market.
A two-day conference to explore the role of plant-based and organic farming in building a sustainable future
About the Conference
In light of the current environmental and climate crisis, steps towards a transition to more sustainable forms of agriculture and food production need to be taken. A shift away from animal agriculture towards plant-based farming is one of the solutions.
So, how can we help farmers to adopt more sustainable practices? How can we encourage the development and implementation of policies favouring better solutions, such as plant-based organic farming? How can we share best practices and know-how on forms of agriculture that will help meet climate targets? And how can farmers economically sustain such a way of producing food?
The Grow Green conference will bring together EU policymakers (MEPs, European Union government representatives, EU Institution representatives), think tanks and NGOs, agricultural organizations, farmers and growers, sustainability professionals, food trade industry representatives, retailers and more to discuss these questions.
The conference aims to:
Increase the awareness of policymakers about the impact of animal agriculture and the benefits of moving towards plant-based organic farming.
Promote plant-based organic agriculture as one of the solutions to combat the climate crisis.
Discuss and gather support for policies favouring this type of agriculture.
Share knowledge and learn from plant-based and organic farming pioneers, and demonstrate that this is economically viable for farmers.
Show the opportunities that plant-based organic offers to food manufacturers and retailers.
On 25 and 26 January 2020, Veggienale & FairGoods will have its first home game in Berlin!
After five years “away” we are now in our hometown for the first time with the Veggienale&FairGoods and are very happy to present you great products around the topics of ecological sustainability and plant-based lifestyle, whether #Upcycling #Fairtrade, #Bio, #ZeroWaste, #Vegan …
Next to the market place with exhibitors there is a large stage, a small stage (children’s theatre) and a lecture room. The more than 30 different programme items such as lectures, talks, cooking shows and workshops are included in the admission price. There is also an extra programme for children.
Gastronomic offers are available in the outdoor area and in the exhibition hall (2nd floor).
Ackerpulco Farm is a certified organic market garden in Alt-Madlitz, Brandenburg. We try to minimize soil disturbance where ever possible. Avoiding animal based inputs and large machinery is definitely a top priority for us. We make our own compost to close the system on the farm and enrich the soil biodiversity. We started a CSA group of around 40 households Read more…
Since the late 1990s, BayWa Obst GmbH & Co. KG has been the contract marketer of 30 committed organic fruit growers who produce a colourful variety of pip fruit, berries and stone fruit on around 600 hectares in the mild climate of Lake Constance in the foothills of the Alps. These growers all operate according to the guidelines of organic Read more…
Bio Farmland is an organic family operation in the western part of Romania. On 800 hectares of land, it produces cereals, herbal teas and mustard. It started in 2004 as an organic farm working on a completely plant-based manner without animal husbandry and strictly avoiding all inputs of animal origin. In 2009 they started a small processing unit for the Read more…