Last week, the new crusher, bought with the grant from St James’s Foundation Trust, was successfully set up. It works well and will make a big difference to the cost of chicken feed. We will be arranging for more training for everyone working on the farm in the near future. See this video and the photos too. MVI_0100Continue Reading... No Comments.
Since its formation in 1992, St James’s Place Foundation has aimed to make a positive and lasting change to the lives of children and young people. Cherishing Children is still their largest focus area, and they have generously given the Kasiisi Porridge Project the sum of £2,500. These funds will be used to purchase a […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Kasiisi Project board members Elizabeth Ross and Zarin Machanda led a Harvard Alumni trip to Uganda in June. The group spent a morning with the Kasiisi Project visiting the farm and Kasiisi Primary School and having lunch with teachers and project staff. In the afternoon they all joined with members of the Kasiisi Wildlife Clubs to build […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
David gives detailed explanation to his students who showed interest and engagement in this vital part of farming. David left us in July, and we’d like to thank him very sincerely for everything he has done in his two years with us, and wish him all the best for the future.Continue Reading... No Comments.
Keen to know how to keep bees, these visiting students gain practical and theoretical information from the Kasiisi School Farm experience.Continue Reading... No Comments.
Pig husbandry and piggery construction also formed part of the day for the students on their recent two-day field trip to Kasiisi School Farm.Continue Reading... No Comments.
Before our Peace Corps volunteer David McHolland left, after two dedicated years of work on the Kasiisi School Farm, he and our farmer Ezra hosted a two day Field Trip for students, on the farm. How biogas is produced and its advantages was one of the areas they learned about.Continue Reading... No Comments.
Robert, a longstanding KPP supporter, and brother of our trustee Ros White, spent a few days in February at Kasiisi. His stay included an enjoyable trip to the farm which he described as impressive. He stayed at the Guest House, and was well looked after by the team there, including Jane, pictured with him here. Thank […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
The experiment with oyster mushroom cultivation is going well. Here they are being planted, then hung in plastic bags to grow. The first photo shows the final product.Continue Reading... No Comments.
Ronan and Abel, with Police (our canine team member) are checking out the area designated for our future campsite. The road to it has been laid, the ground cleared and now terracing has begun, as seen in the second photo, as it is on a slight slope, down to the pretty river.Continue Reading... No Comments.
This photo taken by Ronan Donovan shows the farm and the surrounding area, with the foothills of the Ruwenzori Mountains in the background.Continue Reading... No Comments.
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Ronan, field biologist turned photographer, was a 2016 National Geographic Wildlife Photographer of the Year Finalist. We were lucky enough to have him take some aerial shots of the farm. First he explained how it works to our farmer Abel and PC volunteer David McHolland, as well as our Project Director Dr Emily Otali.Continue Reading... No Comments.
Follow the new sign, and come to the fantastic new gates where visitors will receive a warm welcome!Continue Reading... No Comments.
Now no-one need get lost and wonder where our farm is! This magnificent sign has been constructed and installed by the farm team and signals a hopeful start to the year. Click on “continue” to see the sign being installed.Continue Reading... No Comments.