The Discover Best Practice Farming for a Sustainable 2050 Course is based on a clear vision: imagine best practice farming for 2050, start to implement these strategies now, all the while making sure it will still be profitable. At UWA we're doing just that with the Future Farm 2050 Project, set on a mixed-enterprise farm in Western Australia and we want you to learn how it can be done in your part of the world.
Discover Best Practice Farming for a Sustainable 2050
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Friendly class for new college students. Easy to follow lectures and important materials makes the class great. I would love to see the farm in person, or make a small scale one on my own property.
This is a nice course for a beginner in sustainable agriculture.\n\nI am a PhD student and it was an easy but useful course for me.\n\nI would like to work on this project in future.
This course helped to shape my view on how to reach the goal of feeding the world population to multiple in years to come, and the best farming practices to use
one of the best learning experiences, i have ever had.\n\nThank you entire team of instructors and also to coursera for providing this opportunity to me...
Thank you for giving me a vision of what agriculture will (or should) look like in 2050. Content, presentation and curriculum are fantastic. Thank you!
Different subjects related to sustainable farming are well presented highlighting many interesting aspects in general and illustrated by local examples
Localised context but with very good set of "in principle" lessons that can be extrapolated to other environments with a little effort. Great to the
Provides an excellent overview on sustainability through the case of farming with principles that can apply in other areas of our societies.
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