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A Global Wiki of Perennial Polycultures!

 
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Hey everyone, I am part of project called The Apios Institute, which exists to share experience and knowledge about multistrata agroforestry systems (a.k.a. homegardens, food forests, and forest gardens), through a collaborative network of farmers, gardeners, and researchers, in order to fill critical knowledge gaps regarding the design and management of these systems.

Last week we launched an Indiegogo crowd-funding campaign to expand and improve our wiki of perennial-crop polycultures. We are raising $10,000 to complete the development of Apios 3.0, which will see the revamping of their platform from the ground up, implementing new features, an intuitive user-interface, improved database structure, and more!

I'd like to invite you to participate any way you can with this campaign: contribute money, offer help, or forward the campaign to your network.

Watch the inspiring video, read about, and contribute to the campaign here:
Crops to Stop Climage Change: A Global Wiki of Perennial Polycultures

 
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