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Horticultural Therapy?

So what exactly is a “Horticultural Therapist”? When we first heard this title we were not sure, but as a company committed to gardening and the outdoors we were fascinated and intrigued. It has always been our sense that gardening…

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RWANDA KEYHOLE GARDEN PART 4 – SUCCESS STORY

What an incredible week of building Keyhole Gardens in Rwanda! Listen as our friend Taeo tells us all about his Keyhole Garden, how it works and has provided food for his community. Start watching at Part 1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1xLab8DQbZsVideo can’t be…

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Rwanda Keyhole Garden Part 3 – Build

Join Eddie from Vita in Rwanda as he walks us through the process of building a keyhole garden in Africa. Watch Part 1 here Watch Part 2 here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q7rcMf6o8aw  …

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Rwanda Keyhole Garden Part 1 – Intro

What is a Keyhole Garden? Keyhole Gardening is an African gardening technique which allows vegetables to thrive in areas of low rainfall.  We are headed out to Rwanda to learn more about this amazing gardening technique that has been gifted…

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Giving Together

After raising an incredible $27,500 at our Annual Charity Garage back in September, we handed the proceeds over to our employees to be divided up and given to their charities of choice.  Each employee was given $1800 to donate to…

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14th Annual Charity Garage Sale!

This year we were once again excited for our 14th Annual Charity Garage Sale! Where all our returned products are rigorously checked and sold at 75% off and we give all of the proceeds to local charities suggested by each…

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The Keyhole Garden

In the Spring of 2015, we launched what would later become one of our most successful product lines – the Keyhole Composting Gardens. The concept for the Keyhole Garden idea was discovered when researching various gardening techniques across the world.…

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Almost like the blues

That Sunday at towards the end of the soccer game, I felt a light tap on my shoulder and turned to see a tall young man with soft wide set eyes. “Hello,” He extended his hand “i’m Eric.” I shook…

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Hallelujah

For the days we would be building gardens, we stayed at the Akagera Lodge, which was kind of like one of those Best Westerns that markets itself around having breakfast built inside of a zoo cage. We had to stop…

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The New Jewel of Africa

There is no other place on earth that I have experienced and witnessed such a deep level of joy than in Rwanda.  And the source of this joy seems to transcend both logic and reason. As many of us may…

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