Ubud Bali Permaculture kul kul farm

Ubud Now and Then | Back to The Land

Canadian writer, gardener and poet Cat Wheeler has lived in Bali since 2000. She is the co-founder of Slow Food Bali. She recently interviewed Orin and other Indonesian farmers on the island who've found their way back to the land.

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Modern Farmers of Bali

The trio recognizes the hard truth about agricultural finances, so they’ve expanded beyond fruits and veggies to host farming workshops and will soon begin hawking garden supplies online. “Young people here don’t see a future in farming,” Hardy says of Bali’s tourism-driven economy. “But I don’t see a future without farming.”

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