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Sustainable Development Goal 15: Life on land

Appropedia projects contributing to this SDG[edit]

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This article provides a detailed how to for construction and use of this bailer as well has some design. A discussion on the application of this system and its bales is also included as well as a brief introduction to alternative machines.
Affordable and strong plastic grinder
Sugar water bee feeder
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A queen rearing kit allows the beekeeper to properly breed more queens to maintain their hive.
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Appropriate chicken feed holders can help keep feed isolated from contamination such as feces and minimize the outbreak of diseases.
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This is a baseplate for a poultry feeder and waterer; a gallon jug would be used as the hopper.
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The Purpose of a Chicken Tractor is to use it as a passive tilling system for a tract of land. The chickens living inside the tractor walk, pick, and eat off the grass.
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The OSAT field dressing tool allows the user to cut only what is needed from the animal in a safe manner. With this tool the user can field dress an animal faster and safer than with a traditional blade.
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This project is made for people who wish to pick unreachable fruit from trees. Forcing fruit out of a tree causes it to bruise and spoil quicker than that that is picked from with care.
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This OSAT is a hand cultivator. It is used to clear land and to assist in gardening tasks. This is an appropriate tool because it assists in making a better garden that will produce more crops.
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Honey Forge for bees that are constantly losing their natural habitat.
The goal is to provide any number of farmers, herders, or others access to custom, new horseshoes.
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The Chicken Coop project's objective was to house and protect poulty that may be owned by the school.
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The aim of this Technical Brief is to create awareness of a successful method of “run off rain water harvesting” which can be effectively used by resource poor farming households, to overcome the hardships of nature. This method has been developed over a long period of time by various institutions experts and community members, and people working with men and women who live in drought situations.
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Making soil blocks requires a soil block maker, or blocker. The blocker compacts soil into plugs that come with a preformed depression for placing your seeds. Getting your plants off to a good start has never been easier!
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The objective of this project was to develop a cost-effective composting system that is durable, educational, and safe for children gardeners to use at Catherine L. Zane Middle School in Eureka, CA