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Liberia: IOM Country Representative Urges Liberians to Take Migration Message to Home

All Africa 27 Nov 2021
Monrovia -- The International Organization on Migration Liberia, through its Migrants As Messenger (MAM) program, has ended a week-long massive awareness against irregular migration on the need to safely travel ....

IOM-Migrants As Messengers Embarks On Massive Awareness As Part of Caravan 2021

All Africa 24 Nov 2021
Monrovia -- The International Organization on Migration Liberia, through its Migrants, As Messenger program has embarked on massive awareness activities against irregular migration and the need to travel safely ....

One clue the holidays are upon us? Garden light shows and wreath-making are back!

The Los Angeles Times 04 Nov 2021
The California Native Plant Society’s Wreath Masters competition invites individuals and organizations to create wreaths mostly comprised (51%) of California native plants in a free monthlong contest ... at the Monrovia Historical Museum, 742 E ... Volunteers are needed to help with the sale, organized by Artemisia Nursery.

Liberia: Local NGO Launches U.S.$5.2 Million Project for Cassava Transformation in Liberia

All Africa 03 Nov 2021
Monrovia -- A Non-Governmental Organization (NGO), operating in Liberia as CERATH Development Organization Liberia has launched a four-year Cassava Transformation Project (CASTRAP) ....

FAO, Japan Sign Agreement to Improve Rice and Fish Cultivation

All Africa 20 Oct 2021
Monrovia -- The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) has signed a funding agreement with the Embassy of Japan in Liberia ....

Take a farm tour, plant an herb garden and many more SoCal plant events for fall

The Los Angeles Times 20 Oct 2021
In the meantime, our new garden calendar is chock full of plant-related events, especially if you’re in the market for native plants (this is prime planting time — check out Bloom! California for inspiration) or learning more about growing food organically ... at the Monrovia Historical Museum, 742 E.