On BFM with Meera Sivasothy
Not a new-fangled notion as many assume, organic farming has been around for centuries, and is making a comeback these days.
Anthony Tan and Tan Siew Luang, the Centre for Environment, Technology & Development Malaysia (CETDEM)’s Executive Director and Organic Farming Project Coordinator respectively, discuss the simplicity of organic farming, and how it promotes sustainable living in urban communities.
Listen to Podcast: Organic Farming & the 8th Hari Organik 2011
Organic Farm Observation Trip: Sun, 27 Nov. 2011
Venue : Titi Eco Farm Resort, N. Sembilan
Date : 27 November 2011 (Sunday)
Time : Arrival at Titi Eco Farm Resort – 9:00am
Fee : [Member] RM 50 (Adult); RM 25 (Children aged 4-12)
[Non-member] RM 55 (Adult); RM 27 (Children aged 4-12)
(Details are in the registration form appended below)
Please submit in your registration form together with the payment before Sun, 20 Nov.
Click on to download Titi Eco Farm Trip Registration Form
Date: 11 ~ 13 November (Friday ~ Sunday)
[Check-in: a day earlier, 10Nov@5pm]
Venue: Green Wish Organic Farm, Chenderiang, Perak
Fee: RM 1,600 [Member] RM 1,750 [Non-member]
Click here for OF Course registration form
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