Home Gardening

As we’ve mentioned elsewhere, food security is a huge issue in Kenya. Prices rise unexpectedly at the first hint of any instability, when people start hording food. Home gardening allows people to grow food for their families as well as to sell to or barter with neighbors for other items. Our...

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Agriculture Farming

Our next projects with sustainable farming are: Begin testing pumpkins as a specialty crop on the portion of the homestead for potential roll out to farmland. ($100) Harvesting of beans. ($50) Organic agriculture classes for our farmers, including at least 2 subsistence farmers. ($100...

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Raising Animals

Chickens, cows and goats are strong choices for producing food and generating income. They’re hearty and can be self-sufficient if you’ve got enough land. We’re also able to create sustainable solutions where each type of animal assists in building up the farm. Cow and goat poop can be turned into...

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Yard Projects

The most time sensitive project for the yard is to create the fully fenced yard for pasture-raised chickens. To fully secure the homestead, we need stone pillars and a front gate at the close end of the driveway, plus a front privacy screen (to prevent others from dropping in over the existing 1...

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