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    Raiza Javier
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    It’s very important to teach agroecology in schools, so students, from a young age, are able to learn the value of growing food and the relationships formed in the land. In the Philippines, organic farming and natural resource management are at the core of the curriculum in indigenous schools like Apu Palamguwan Cultural Education Center (https://apupalamguwancenter.essc.org.ph/).

    I’m interested to know how these values are taught in other schools, especially in urban areas where there is very little land for a school garden. And with online learning introduced because of the pandemic, how is agroecology being taught?

     

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