become a farmwella farmer
- Access to Farmwella’s members-only farm support services
- Access to Farmwella’s guaranteed market (Eatwella) to off-take the farm produce
- Access to finance and crop insurance to mitigate risks.
- Participate in Farmwella’s enlightening and educating trainings and master classes
- Access to technology (App), inputs (seeds, irrigation, land, fertilizer), machinery needed.
- Access to information, education, training and data needed to farm well
- Monitoring and evaluation farmers’ progress coupled with good feedback mechanism.
- New member receptions and orientation
- Monthly newsletter
- Opportunities to connect with fellow farmer-entrepreneurs
- Opportunities for professional development, leadership roles, and community service
- Access to multi-faceted agricultural support services and resources
- Access to quality production systems that is sustainable, health and environmentally friendly.
- Review and discuss the latest global production and consumption trends with Farmwella staff, member farmers, and agricultural value chain actors.
As a member, your responsibilities are:
- To farm/produce according to FarmWella’s specifications and standards, and in line with organic agricultural practices
- To actively manage your farms by following the guidelines given by the company
- To be present and actively involved in your farm activities and operations.
- To actively participate in cluster farm meetings and events regularly, as they are organized by the company
- To pay membership dues on time.
- To work with other farmers within FarmWella’s corporate cluster.
- To undergo training after recruitment.
- To subscribe to FarmWella’s farm monitoring and market access technology.
- To maintain professional conduct by treating Farmwella staff, fellow member farmers and our guests with respect and courtesy.
- To help maintain a positive, friendly environment necessary for all members to learn and grow.
- To be an ambassador for Farmwella and an advocate for sustainable agriculture
- To be present during farm monitoring visits by staff of the company.