A team from Bethlehem University’s Palestine Institute for Biodiversity and Sustainability recently wrapped up an enriching training program in Greece, made possible through the Erasmus program. The program saw active participation from 20 individuals representing Palestine, Bulgaria, Italy, Greece, and France.

During this comprehensive training, participants learned about the fundamental principles of ecological agriculture and the art of harmonious coexistence with the natural world, all within the serene setting of an ecological farm nestled in Chania, Greece. The training included lectures about the essential ecosystem services that nature provides to humans.

The training also offered hands-on experiences with visits to local ecological farms, botanical gardens, and even an immersive forest camping adventure in Greece.

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