Organic Rice Art Ratchaburi

Photo | 14 September, 2011

October 2009. Greenpeace activists create the rice art project in Thailand by planting many different types of organic rice in a rice field. The finished art celebrates Thailand’s rich heritage, and depicts farmers harvesting rice. It also serves as a reminder to governments of the need to protect the world’s most important food crop from genetic engineering. Sustainable farming methods and natural crops can easily provide enough food for the world’s population. Greenpeace campaigns for the adoption of sustainable, healthy and ethical farming practices across the world.

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