The GROW BIOINTENSIVE Agriculture Center of Kenya (G-BIACK) is a center that demonstrates, trains and promotes GROW BIOINTENSIVE AGRICULTURE techniques and other community development initiatives among the small scale farm holders in Central, Eastern, and Nairobi Provinces of Kenya.
G-BIACK exists to eradicate poverty and improve the living standards of the resource poor communities by promoting and developing ecologically viable development strategies for sustainable and quality livelihoods.
Friday, January 15, 2010
G-BIACK women programme
The G-BIACK Food for the future demonstration centre. The centre has 130 double dug beds, all planted with different crops.