My name is Innocent Kelvin Coffie, I am from Ghana and live in a community called Adzokoe-Peki in the South Dayi District of the Volta region in Ghana. I am 39 years of age and with 4 children, Emmanuella Blessing Coffie, Desmond Coffie, Martin Coffie, Barack Coffie, and my wife Charity Bansah. I am the youth president of my community, I hold a diploma in permaculture from Call To Nature Permaculture Ghana. I love farming and taking care of the environment. My organization's name is EARTHCARE PERMACULTURE FOUNDATION EarthCare Permaculture is a registered permaculture organization in Ghana.
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March 29th, 2023 | Season 4 | 39 mins 2 secs
earthcare permaculture ghana, post-growth, regenerative agriculture
For this episode of PGAP, we travel (virtually) to equatorial western Africa to speak with Innocent Kelvin Coffie, youth leader and founder of EarthCare Permaculture Ghana. Kelvin takes us on a verbal tour of the property, the successes the property has had in up skilling new generations in food self-sufficiency, and some recent challenges that the property has endured through. Kelvin also gives some insight into how the permaculture movement is taking root in Ghana, some of the unique environmental and social challenges experienced in his country and how permaculture is one solution to solving these problems.