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We promote Nature Farming through the Asia Pacific Natural Agriculture Network (APNAN) which is based in Bangkok, Thailand. APNAN is an NGO founded in 1989 to spread Nature Farming and the technology of Effective Microorganisms (EM) in the Asia Pacific region. INFRC held 7 international conferences on Kyusei Nature Farming in 6 continents in order to introduce and spread Nature Farming in the world. INFRC has also participated in the IFOAM (International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements) conferences to present research papers, country reports, etc. on Nature Farming.


INFRC supports APNAN for:
  • Human Resources Development by Sponsoring Technical Workshops and Seminars.
  • Technical Assistance provided to Southeast Asia and Neighboring Nations.
  • Networking to Provide and Spread Information.
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International Conferences on Kyusei Nature Farming
First International Conference on Kyusei Nature Farming
Khon Kaen, Thailand in October 1989
201 participants from 13 countries
Second International Conference on Kyusei Nature Farming
Piracicaba, Sao Paulo, Brazil in October 1991
83 participants from 17 countries
Third International Conference on Kyusei Nature Farming
Santa Barbara, California, USA in October 1993
225 participants from 16 countries
Fourth International Conference on Kyusei Nature Farming
Paris, France in June 1995
169 participants from 24 countries
Fifth International Conference on Kyusei Nature Farming
Bangkok, Thailand in October 1997
86 participants from 29 countries
Sixth International Conference on Kyusei Nature Farming
Pretoria, South Africa in October 1999
156 participants from 36 countries
Seventh International Conference on Kyusei Nature Farming
Christchurch, New Zealand in January 2002
231 participants from 30 countries