TerraCircle in an international development consultancy working mainly in the South West Pacific-Australia region. We offer a multi-skilled team of consultants in food security/food security assessment, small scale farming systems, livelihood training and development, small scale energy systems, adult education, project planning/management/evaluation, training manual production/media.
Makira’s tropical maritime climate enables a diversity of tropical crops to be produced, including a crop that is a staple food in a number of tropical countries — bananas.
Three members of TerraCircle will appear in a new book—Permaculture Pioneers…
to be launched later this year…
TerraCircle’s work in Australia demonstrates a holistic approach to sustainable community development of the South West Pacific region-Oceania. We work with local communities and local government to develop local solutions amd local opportunity…
Kastom Gaden Association has launched two poster to promote traditional varieties of bananas and sweet potato.
Kastom Gaden Association held a planning workshop in Honiara at the end of August 2009 with ten rural farmer organisations.
Tony Jansen from TerraCircle joined the Melanesian Farmer First Network (MFFN) partners for their annual meeting in Vanuatu, 2009.
An outbeak of the exotic pest, the giant African snail, threatens village and commercial agriculture in the Solomon Islands. The snail carries an organism, infection by which can cause severely illness in people.
TerraCircle has facilitated the 2007 Project Startup Workshop of the Melanesian Farmer First Network in Wewak, PNG.
A version of the following article first appeared in the APACE newsletter. Author: Russ Grayson, November 2007.
This story appeared in the 14 November 1997 edition of the Solomon Star, the national newspaper of the Solomon Islands.
The following article is a report on a paper by Peggy Fairbairn-Dunlop that first appeared in the APACE newsletter. Author: Russ Grayson, November 2007