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Farmers today are under pressure to meet the demands of a rapidly growing global population whilst operating in increasingly challenging environmental conditions. It is more important than ever to ensure both food security and environmental sustainability not only for our generation, but generations to come. To achieve food security whilst safeguarding ecosystem stability, there must be a widely shared appreciation of agriculture as a multifunctional strategic land use that can provide: nutritious food, rural development and employment, environmental management, and the sustaining of cultural heritage of agrarian communities. The members of the International National Trusts Organization (INTO) own and manage many farming properties across the globe helping to sustain the rural communities within which they are located. For instance NTEWNI is the largest farmer by land area in the UK. INTO encourages and supports the conservation and preservation of natural resources, heritage breeds and heirloom species, heritage farming structures, traditional rural landscapes, and the use of traditional farming and cultural practices. The INTO Farms program closely ties into the values and visions of the organization underpinned by a respect for cultural sustainability. It will be used to deliver knowledge and transfer best practices for achieving sustainable agriculture amongst National Trust farms and the wider community.
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INTO Farms shared Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)'s post.22 hours ago
A great video by Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) which serves as a reminder to stop food waste and take care of the planet, for yesterday's #earthday.
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Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
No matter how you look at it: we only have one earth, one home. #EarthDay
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INTO Farms7 days ago
This interesting article highlights the lack of agroforestry around the world, despite its many benefits, from slowing down soil erosion to allowing to produce more diverse crops.
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INTO Farms2 weeks ago
This article by Bioversity International will allow you to test your knowledge on forests and to gain knowledge about their restoration!
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INTO Farms2 weeks ago
Scientists have created a children’s book that explains the annual tradition of harvesting wild honey by the Olin Fabia people in Indonesia. The book serves as a tool to teach community-based landscape management, forest conservation and tradition to the children who will grow up to be the ones in charge of preserving the forests.
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INTO Farms3 weeks ago
Why we must protect traditional grains and foods.
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INTO Farms3 weeks ago
Thousands of Bangladeshi farmers are benefiting from agricultural investment programmes by Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the Global Agriculture and Food Security Program (GAFSP). One example of how the money is being used is the creation of a milk cooperative which has allowed women from a small village to increase household incomes.

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