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"Exposure to persistent organic pollutants (POPs) from pesticides has been linked to cancer, immune system suppression, nervous system disorders, reproductive damage, and hormone disruption. Many products that are made from conventionally grown crops show pesticide and herbicide residues. Our bodies can get rid of a certain number of toxins that we come in contact with; in fact, our bodies are designed to eliminate toxins. However, the problem we are facing today is that we have many more exposures to chemical toxins than, say 50 years ago. These chemicals come from our food, air, water, body care and cleaning products, home remodeling products and more. Many of us are consequently facing a toxic overload, and our bodies therefore cannot get rid of all the toxins we are taking in." www.ecomail.com

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The Learning Farm offers disadvantaged young men from across the Indonesian archipelago a second chance in life by teaching them organic farming and entrepreneurship.  Aged 16-24 years old, many are street youth and school dropouts.  The Learning Farm offers them a new future.  You can sponsor one of these young men and change his life forever.

Keywords: Sponsor, Youth, organic, farming, The Learning Farm, Java
Last modified: 2013-10-29 22:53:47

The Learning Center Happy Student

The Learning Farm is involved in developing a new joint World Education / SavetheChildren project for the US Dept of Labor and will help provide organic farming and life skills training to former child plantation workers in West Kalimantan.

Established in 2005 to address the lack of skills, opportunities, and hope amongst vulnerable Indonesian youth, TLF's goal is to enable youth to become more economically self-sufficient, capable, and productive members of their communities through participation in a residential training program where they learn about organic farming, enterprise development, and valuable life skills.

Currently, the Learning Farm sells 4 variety of rice, 34 variety of vegetables, herbs and edible flowers, and local handicrafts.

 

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