Another Garden for Ghana trip planned, sponsor youth Earth Heroes

Godfred, our project manager, harvesting green peppers at Mt. Zion School garden

The Garden for Ghana project is much more than teaching no-till, regenerative farming practices. We are helping to change lives, empower a community and take on big issues like food scarcity and climate change—all while growing a food forest.

Yamoransa is striving to be the first Eco-Village in Ghana. The Green Club members at Garden for Ghana have made huge strides since the first 100 plants and trees were planted a short time ago.

Storm water systems are being implemented. Pounds of food are being harvested. Soil is improving.

Godfred, Alrie, and Dr. Kofi Boa, founder of CNTA Francis, visiting the no till farm headquarters

And, best of all, the community is working together—elders and youth alike—for a greater good. We are so proud to be part of that community.

We’re asking for donations for Alrie’s next trip to Ghana in two weeks.

We’ll be starting our Earth Hero’s nature badge program in the local schools. Through the Earth Heroes school badge program, students 6- to 14-years old are learning how to grow food and restore nature at the same time with project-based learning in the gardens.

We also began our Earth Heroes Badge Program at ELSEE’s Nature Camp this summer.

Will you sponsor a badge for a child to earn? We hope to build an army of Earth Heroes! This is the kind of Army we need for the future of the Earth!

One child at a time…

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