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Food and agriculture 
Dong Hwa Eco Kitchen  
Dong Hwa Eco Kitchen is located in the campus of National Dong Hwa University, aiming to promote “Community Supported and Eco-Friendly Agriculture”. Dong Hwa Eco Kitchen combines the concepts of restaurant with food and agriculture education, low carbon living, CSA (Community Supported Agriculture), eco-friendly, field biodiversity raising, health caring, fair dealing, local economy promoting, and student service-learning.
https://sites.google.com/site/ecokitchenndhu/
Dong Hwa millet farm  
Dong Hwa millet farm develops from the end of 2011. It was initiated by teachers and students from national Dong Hwa university. It develops the ideal concept of ‘’classroom in tribe’’ and ‘’tribe in classroom’’, to promote earth, food, and culture practice. It break new ground, grade with hand hoe. In the nearly 400 square meter millet farm, it tries to restore millet, pass on traditional knowledge, practice tribe aesthetics, and build cultural space of multivariate ethnics.
https://www.facebook.com/pages/%E6%9D%B1%E8%8F%AF%E5%B0%8F%E7%B1%B3%E5%9C%92/597371440292588?fref=ts
The millet farming plan with big hand holding little hand  
This plan is organized by Dong Hwa Millet Farm, Tribe Crohin Yuli of Hualien County, and Cheung Jih Elementary School. They utilize Cheung Jih Millet Farm as the base to develop a millet culture restoration project by combining culture, living, education, and industry together. This project promotes a new movement for millet farmers by big hand holding little hand, and generation through generation, in order to revive traditional agricultural knowledge, as well as seeks lost Amis millet agricultural knowledge.
http://www.yda.gov.tw/content/newsletter/contents.aspx?SiteID=563426067575657313&MmmID=563426103472230237&MSID=653144165123024001
The project of Shihtiping terraced paddy wetland ecology and environment building  
The project of Shihtiping terraced paddy wetland ecology and environment building was initiated by the host of ‘’fire up workshop,’’ Shumi Runi. It mainly restore Amis traditional terraced paddy which is full of ecological living productive value, but has lost for 20 years. Besides, it hopes the spectacular coastal ecology and cultural geographic scenery can be interpreted by the cultural perspective of coast Amis. In the future, it will broaden the sightseeing track and range to the whole tribe, and show the new terraced paddy scene, aboriginal delicacy, and tribunal specialty. It must be an intellectual tourist track with ecological cultural leisure value, and bring another economic power to attract teens to work in their own tribes.
https://www.facebook.com/mibaliw/info?tab=page_info
Cooperative business 
Hualien homemakers union consumer co-operative  
Hualien Homemakers Union Consumer Co-operative sets people as its starting point and hopes people can find their suitable position actively, so as to cooperate with others and think about the real value and meaning of labor. The members of the co-operative exhibit strong diversity. They collaboratively care about eating, farming, and education. Although the service items are not certain they still hope they can assist local or migration and students to find the career they want to choose by these three dimensions. Small enterprises can also take root in Hualien County throught a cooperative economy. The preliminary stage of the co-operative established HAPPIS Café, which started from the concept of a community kitchen. The co-operative now wants to focus on education and raise lecturers who are good at eating and farming, so that they can help spread the benefits of the co-operative.
https://www.facebook.com/HAPPISCoop?fref=ts
Kalala tribe cooperative farm  
Kalala Tribe is located in Jui Sui Township on the Wu Heh Plateau. It attracts teens to stay in the tribe through the development of local enterprises. There is a cooperative farm to guide people to cultivate crops that are friendly to island and to establish tribunal enterprises as a main goal. The members of the cooperative farm are all farmers who own small farms. The size of the cooperative farm is nearly ten akker and uses green life farming and permaculture to cultivate coffee, pineapples, millet, top-grafting sand pears, pomelo, and persimmon. It has a harvest every season. This cooperative farm opens up a sales channel to help these farmers market their goods.
https://www.facebook.com/kalalacafe
Fushin ecological farm  
Fushin Ecological Farm is located in Rueisuei Township. The originator, Lai Mei Hong, takes ecological farming as the goal through both production and ecology. The farm protects an icon specie, Phasianus colchicus. At the same time, it collaborates with the local aborigines’ traditional culture. In order to spread traditional knowledge, the buildings in the farm were built by traditional methods. It also cultivates traditional crops, such as sweet potato, sugar cane, pineapples, peanuts, and corn. It practices the principle of “right crop for right land” and employs the concept of mutual assistance in a traditional culture. The area of the farm is 6 hectares, where 2 hectares are for personal farming, and another 2 hectares are public farming. Each farmer gets 293.4 square meters of a personal farm. The cultivation plan is managed by the famers themselves, but they are not allowed to use chemical fertilizers or insecticide. The farm offers a sales channel. Farmers are responsible for their revenue and learn the market experience of being independent. There is five percent of revenue from personal farming will becomes the income of Fushin Farm, and the revenue of public farming belongs to the community, thus practicing the spirit of community mutual assistance.
https://www.facebook.com/fushinecofarm
Cidal hunter school  
Cidal Hunter School is for the tribe Sibilian in Shoufeng Township. It mainly teaches basic survival skills in the wild, passes on the culture of coastal Amis tribes, and adheres to “No difficult theories, no boring rules, only surprise and laughter. Sky and earth are our teacher. Mountains and ocean are our paradise”. Cidal Hunter School leads travelers who participate in the tribal experience to climb mountains and swim in the ocean and to enjoy the beautiful scenery of the valley of the eastern Taiwan coast as well as the culture and lifestyle of aborigines, like outdoor conditions and nature ecology cultural experiences, such as hunter cabin building, cooking without tools, ecological characteristics of wild plants, and the traits of animals and plants.
https://www.facebook.com/pages/%E5%90%89%E7%B1%9F%E7%8D%B5%E4%BA%BA%E5%AD%B8%E6%A0%A1/599586346724338?fref=ts
Huatung Civil Economic Academy  
Given the worsen wealthy inequality and gloomy economic conditions, consortia and land speculation have been unable to bring the most people happiness, as a result, people should cooperate to develop local industries and become masters of their own economy. Huatung Civil Economic Academy hopes to promote "economic democracy" through local economy integration, industry counseling, seeded teacher training and extension courses, not only to promote the local six-level industry, but also to rebuild the social construction of mutual cooperation, which brings the participation and sharing of economic development and builds the local happy economy.
https://www.facebook.com/groups/1509093609361477/?pnref=lhc
Associations of Environmental issues 
Kuroshio Ocean Education Foundation  
Kuroshio Ocean Education Foundation was established at 1998. It started from investigating and recoding whale and dolphin. Furthermore, it takes ‘’ caring the marine environment, ecology and culture in Taiwan’’ as their goal. It hopes that people in Taiwan who loves ocean can keep stable warm committed attitude to spread the idea of practicing ocean reservation and have the public to get closer, to know more, and to cherish the ocean.
http://www.kuroshio.org.tw/newsite/