The need for organic supply chains is increasing as consumption grows.
DID-IT aims to boost organic supply by kickstarting, supporting and funding projects to grow and produce with diversity for more high-quality organic agricultural products.
Johannes Fontanus College and sustainability.
On Wednesday, February 22, the students of VWO class 5 of the JFC in Barneveld were guests of DID-IT.
Like last year, the 32 students had worked on sustainability projects in 9 groups of 3-4 students.
At the meeting loft at DID-IT's farm, the students were welcomed and first given an introduction about the history of DID-IT and its activities such as bull calves, hens and roosters, bees and other projects.
Then half of the students were given a tour by Kobe Schoofs, one of the farm's residents who himself advises businesses on sustainability, and was able to show how some DIDIT projects are implemented in practice.
The other half presented their finished projects in groups. Then that half switched for a tour while the other students got to show their sustainability advice again. More....
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