No. 38 Share in our success: First maize harvest in Cameroon
By Tiiu-Imbi Miller | Newsletter No. 38 October 2012

 

If you have been reading these newsletters you will have met Mrs. Mendo Antoinette. She was one of the first people to be supplied with Inga seedlings. She took great care of her plot, and now the first harvest has been gathered in. This is a real landmark in the Cameroon Inga project.  Share our joy.

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You will find the full story of Mrs. Mendo’s plot, and the no-Inga comparison plot, all in the lovely pictures that Gaston (our Cameroon partner) keeps sending me, at

http://www.rainforestsaver.org/latest-cameroon-0

There are too many photos to put into an email.

If you have not already read it, her own account of starting Inga alley cropping is at

http://www.rainforestsaver.org/news/no-34-read-mrs-mendo’s-story-her-own-words-first-maize-inga-alley-cameroon-growing-well