Sustainable agriculture plays a key role in hungers eradication.
The trip to global farm in North Fort Myers, FL revealed how sustainable agriculture plays a key role in not only environmental concerns but also plant production. The farm is part of the Educational Concerns for Hunger Organization (ECHO). The farm gets support from the FGCU. On a wider scope, ECHO works hand in hand with small-scale farmers to reduce hunger across the world and improve the lives of the small scale farmers.
The most surprising thing about ECHO emanated from the fact that being an information hub; it gathers solutions around the world aimed at reducing hunger by a greater margin. The solutions then promote sustainable farming techniques; improve productivity, increases nutritional plants and increased technologies (Fighting World Hunger, n.d). Coming through all these achievements with low-cost expenses proved superb though it did not answer all the questions.
Growing and eating food tends to be one of the most intimate relationships human beings have with the earth. Lack of enough techniques in farming led to low productivity in my maize farm. Agriculture tends to be a success if one puts effort into it. Growing food like any other people would have changed my life positively. Selling of the food products would come as one of the practice to tip in cash. Additionally, going without food would be a past tense. Staying hungry is an experience that no one would like to experience. It leaves one with an unsettled feeling.
Growing a biodiversity of foods is essential in that it enhances food production and at the same time maintains the ecosystem. Moreover, it sustains rural people’s livelihood. Food mainly comes from agricultural lands in the local vicinity and hence the producers travel for approximately fifteen miles to get to the consumer. The food contains a little pesticide residue and mostly comes from whole