Learn methods for naturally fertilizing the earth

Do you love nature? Are you curious to discover new techniques for naturally fertilizing your gardens?
This workshop is composed of both theoretical and practical experiences alongside the young farmers of  a local farm dedicated to training, educating, and experimenting with techniques and practices of agroecology, promoting agriculture that is both environmentally and economically sustainable in the region of Toubab Dialaw. The farm is committed to local skills development, and regularly offers capacity-building programming for the local community; today, their farmland is available to about one hundred local women who have been trained in sustainable agriculture and who are now engaged in the production and sale of their own organic produce.
Under the guidance of the young farmers working at La Ferme, you will learn how to create your own solid and liquid compost, and how to properly mulch your gardens to protect and improve the quality of your plants (for example, by preventing weed growth or isolating the roots from low temperatures). At the end of the workshop, you will be able to implement the techniques learned in your own gardens and farms, taking care of the earth in ways that are sustainable and ecological!

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When: Year-round

Dove: Toubab Dialaw

Languages: French, English, Wolof

Included: Trainer / facilitator, translator

What you’ll learn: How to prepare solid and liquid compost and how to proper mulching techniques 

Why it’s unique: Fertilization techniques in an organic farm 

Duration: 5-6 hours

Enjoy Agriculture is committed to promoting local products. We encourage our local partners to sell their farm produce to our clients; you will be able to purchase various traditional delicacies directly from the producers following your experience!

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How to get there:

To reach Toubab Dialaw, you may take a private taxi from Dakar. A private car typically costs about 20,000 FCFA, after bargaining. You may also choose to take public transportation such as sept-place cars or shared taxis, for 2000 FCFA per person. Alternatively, there are buses that depart from the Baux Maraichers bus station in Dakar, for 1000 FCFA per person, after bargaining. 


If you are departing from Mbour, you can travel by private taxi for 15,000 FCFA, or by shared taxi for 20000 FCFA per person. You may also take the bus, which departs from the Mbour bus station / garage, for 1500 FCFA per person. 

Senegal’s climate is tropical. In the north, there is a long dry season running from mid-October to mid-June, followed by the rainy season from mid-June through October. In the south, the rainy season is a bit longer, running from mid-May to November, followed by the dry season from November to mid-May. 



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