Organic Farming and Preservation of Traditional Ecological Knowledge

After several years of corporation with the local community in environmental protection, we started renting a plot of farm from a mamu(Amis language, means granny) at Pisilian tribe in 2013. We named it "Farm for learning", we learn from mamu about traditional ecological knowledge, how to use the plants and the stories about the old days.

We practice organic farming in order to set a model in the tribe that we can farm in a more eco-friendly way, no need to pollute the land and ocean.

Every month, volunteers come to help us out with farming, removing weeds. Also, volunteers from 2013 working holiday help built a composting toilet out of 100% natural resourses, and a hut in 2014.