Improving organic farming with greywater treatment

Grey water treatment, why is it so important nowadays for organic farming ? For the moment, at most Nepalese farms, including at the Spiral Farm...

Our Farmer Selection Process in Nepal

The first training session at the Spiral Farm House happened last week: this is the moment to explain in more detail how we proceeded...

What’s at stake for agriculture in the face of global warming

(voir version française ci-dessous) In recent years, the presence of organic food has exploded in our plates and the number of farms that choose to...

Why are we crowdfunding for the ScaleSchool!

ENGLISH VERSION   After 4 years of studying the Commons and the mutualization of know-how, where are we? After OpenChateau (x) 1 in 2014, then 2 in...

CONSUMER SURVEY REPORT: Learnings from the food decision makers

Open Team develops a training program that enables Nepalese farmers to learn sustainable farming practices and how to develop an economic activity through the...

Welcoming the Gori Didi to Nepal

Hi everybody! Here is the Agro Team speaking: Lucinne, Juliette and Aude. It's the agro team, or as we are known here, the 'Gori Didi',...

Why Nepal?

You might be wondering, “Why is Open Team working in Nepal?”. It’s not just to see all the smiling faces of the Nepalese farmers...

“Information Wants To Be Free”

How much did you pay for your college degree? What if you didn’t have to pay so much for that education, especially for trade...

Surveying the Community on Organic

With the ScaleSchool program we are building at OpenTeam, we want to build a system in Nepal where the producers get a fair price,...

Sikkim, the First Organic Indian State – Behind the Stage

The OpenTeam did some research to understand more what lies behind this impressive feat, and what other “organic switch” initiatives can learn from its story... How...