Keyhole gardens: How this 1990s garden design is helping farmers combat extreme weather and climate change in the Pacific

Rising temperatures and extreme weather patterns have made gardening difficult in countries in Africa and the Pacific. Keyhole gardens may offer a solution. Words: Emma Rawson Keyhole gardens were developed in the 1990s by the CARE relief agency as a drought-resistant solution to growing food. Due to their success, more than 20,000 gardens have been … Continue reading Keyhole gardens: How this 1990s garden design is helping farmers combat extreme weather and climate change in the Pacific