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Peas on Earth Backpackers & Volunteer Farm

Peas on Earth

A small farm with a big heart, Peas on Earth is committed to social upliftment, environmental sustainability and a joyful implementation of South Africa’s Rainbow Nation.
We work alongside our staff to create an atmosphere of equality, harmony and optimism for the future of our country.

Food security has been a topical buzzword in many governments of developing countries over the past few years  and in March 2011, the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries published a document examining the problem of food insecurity in South Africa and discussing possible solutions to this problem.

In light of the fact that our constitution indicates that every South African citizen has a right to sufficient food and water; and social security, the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries was mandated to develop agricultural policies and support programmes to ensure that South African citizens are given agricultural opportunities that will enable them to meet their basic food needs.

A further report found that agriculture contributes to poverty alleviation not only by empowering people to grow their own food but also by reducing food prices, creating employment, improving farm income and increasing wages.

Most importantly, empowering people to grow their own food for subsistence or income generation will provide nourishment and potential income to many people currently experiencing food insecurity. It is in developing our training facilities that we hope to become more involved in empowering the people of South Africa to grow ethically and eat healthily.

Peas on Earth is committed to growing their social upliftment programme and plans in the future to establish a food security training facility

Our vision for the future

Backpackers and volunteer farm in Eastern Cape, South Africa