Friendly class for new college students. Easy to follow lectures and important materials makes the class great. I would love to see the farm in person, or make a small scale one on my own property.
It was a little hard for me, because it is in English.. especially for some quizzes.. But Its very useful course to take, with very helpful information and ideas.\n\nThanks for this opportunity ♡
por Werner B•
enjoyed it , made me think of own ways i can start implementing it in the future .
por Aqib N M•
Its a good course with a lot of learning especially when you have your own farm
por Ismail S O•
This course was very interesting. Thanks to the University
por Meden P•
Great course as an overview for sustainable farming.
por Kevin K•
Pertinent if you are in Western Australia.
por Abdellatif B•
Merci beaucoup pour cette belle formation
A Clear idea on Sustainable farming
por Joyjit M•
good course and easy to learning.
por Istiqomatus S•
thank u for the great course.
por FSC L 9•
Good inf about farming 2050
por Rafiul A•
Quite well for food system
por ANIL K K•
ZENITH OF THE FUTURE
por Kagiso S•
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por Stefano E•
Interesting course, but some lectures were a bit superficial and not very informative. Too easy overall. Also, too much focused on notions and issues specific to Western Australia, instead of giving general informations that can be more easily adapted to other contexts.
por olakunle o•
The lecturers throughout my run of the course are very explanatory, audible and a joy to watch, I would like to just suggest a bit more animations for some explanations. thank you, I did enjoy the course.
por Darthiya M•
It's good for beginners covering all essential parts of conservation agriculture.
por Anugya T•
nice course but not that deeply researched.
Honestly it's one of the worst course I've done. The course is really well made, the teachers are really great but we don't learn anything. Maybe if you live in NYC your whole life and never seen a tree you will learn something from this course. But for every other people it's just really basic farming principle.