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Kageyo Garden Project Update – Jan 2016

Here’s some photos that I just received from our friend Theo in Kageyo, Rwanda. His photos show the great progress of the vegetables in the Keyhole Gardens. If you’d like to support the Kageyo Garden Project, feel free to visit…

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Why Choose The Chard?

At our farm, our African keyhole garden has provided us with a variety of cold season vegetables. Beets, kale, brussel sprouts and swiss chard are still providing us with food at temperatures below -10 degrees Celsius (as of January 14,…

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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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