Since 2007, Organic Africa has worked extensively with small-scale producers in the sustainable wild collection of underutilized indigenous crops. For example, various communities who lost their homes and land during what is known as ‘Operation Murambatsvina’ engage with Organic Africa in the certification, sustainable wild collection, and processing of Khaki weed (Tagetes minuta), using a locally engineered mobile still. Organic Africa  also works intensively with impoverished communities in the arid Baobab-growing areas of the country, where baobab fruit and seeds are sustainably harvested and processed using a mobile still. So far, all the landless people who worked with us have at least doubled their annual income, and are very keen to continue cooperating with Organic Africa.