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This short video was presented to the leaders of PCC’s member churches during the 2023 Pacific Church Leader’s Meeting held in the Republic of the Marshall Islands and gives us a look at the development plans for the project over the next few years.

Lomana Na Vulagi Eco School and Farm is a comprehensive model of sustainable eco-friendly farming venture taken up by the Pacific Conference of Churches. The Farm, located on Fiji’s North-East Coast will become an Eco-School where young people and churches from all around the world can come together to learn about traditional farming and cultivation knowledge, traditional herbal medicine from around the Pacific and learn how our member churches can better become stewards of their land. It’s important for the Pacific Conference of Churches to walk the talk on climate change and stewardship of creation.

That’s why we’re building an eco-school for young people on 50 acres of land in Tailevu on Fiji’s North-Eastern coast.

Completely off the grid and using organic methods and traditional crop raising and land use wisdom, we’ve planted cassava, pineapples, avocado and kumala.

Kura (Noni) and honey, turmeric and ginger will come on line later this year and then pigs to complement the 26 cattle on site.

The farm is set among native trees which will be maintained and added to as part of our carbon sequestration project.

At the lower end of the property, work will begin this month on key-hole vegetable gardens for people with mobility issues.

The centre piece of the farm will be a small school where young Pacific islanders can be inspired to integrate traditional organic farming methods to protect the environment. mitigate against climate change and build food security.

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