Whitney details the first two weeks of farming in the valley for the Fall 2012 Semester. She is in awe of how much work has been done in such a short time. Many crops have been planted and are growing quickly. Read More
How often does one find herself in a pristine, pastoral setting milling freshly “nubbed” corn and having the wisdom of a nationally recognized seed-saver imparted upon her? For most of us, the answer would be not very often. This flowery scene is the stuff of idealists or out-of-touch dreamers who would have us forsake our [...] Read More
William writes about his educational and inspirational experience on the Kalu Yala organic farming trip. He details some of the lessons he learned from the organic farmers the met along the way. Read More
Nicolette Hahn Niman, author of Righteous Porkchop, guided a session at the Naked Development Forum in May on the current state of agricultural systems, focusing in on the growing problems with the world’s food supply. Read More
Abraham Segovia cooks beef stew as his first meal for the new Kalu Yala interns. He includes organic vegetables and a touch of Panamanian spices to create this perfect dish. Abraham gives a step by step description of how to replicate his recipe so you can try it out at home. Read More
An update from Team Gunga Galunga, Jack and Abraham, our agricultural research team who is researching vital information that will help integrate Kalu Yala’s organic farming system into the local Panamanian economy. Read More
Keep away from people who try to belittle your ambitions. Small people always do that, but the really great make you feel that you too can become great. — Mark Twain
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