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Soccer balls and school supplies

Thanks to the generosity of our team members, families and the local community we are bringing over 200 lbs of school supplies and nearly 20 soccer balls along on our Keyhole Garden trip. Over 200 lbs of school supplies, and…

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Great expectations…

The Rwanda Keyhole trip is only about 2 weeks away.  After months of preparation, it’s basically here.   We have everything in place.  Immunization shots.  Documents of approval.  Visas.  Plane tickets.  Schedule of events.   Now what do we expect?…

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What was the Rwandan Genocide.

In preparation for my trip to Rwanda, I thought I’d better do a bit of research on the Rwandan Genocide.  I admit that I have heard about it, but I really don’t know all that happened.  Some of the basic…

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3 Weeks to Rwanda

It’s starting to sink in now as the madness of planning a big trip like this takes a lot out of you.  As anticipated there’s always barriers to getting where you want to go. One of the big barriers is…

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Making a true difference…

This recent Facebook post has truly made me personally understand how important it is to help people who are less fortunate. We set out designing a Keyhole Garden kit for North America – and we (and our customers) in a…

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How the Keyhole Gardens – Rwanda project idea happened.

So how does this ‘Keyhole Garden Project’ really play out?  Well, it’s an interesting chain of events. Last summer, we discovered this unique gardening technique called Keyhole Gardening.  This garden is a unique combination of both composting and growing.  It…

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What is Keyhole Gardening?

Keyhole gardening is an ingenious gardening technique that was discovered and practiced by Africans.  Many areas in Africa have poor soil conditions as well as very little rainfall.  Every natural resource is a precious and utilized. They have found a…

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