The Agriculture Project teaches children and their families how to grow a variety of vegetables so they can save money while having a more healthy diet. At the same time it feeds disadvantaged children by providing vegetables for the Soup Kitchen.
- A fruit and vegetable garden uses compost made from local organic waste.
- Students receive practical lessons in how to grow vegetables, at the same time helping with planting and harvesting.
- Produce is used in the Soup Kitchen, with any surplus sold at the local market.
- Students are given seedlings to start vegetable gardens at their homes
US$400 is the cost of running our agricultural program each month. Can you help with this cost?