October is Vegetarian Awareness Month, an excellent opportunity to look back and wrap up the last 12 months.
In August’s article, Mark responded to Ralph and Jeremy’s question about planting in the tropics. This month, Mark elaborates more on their question on how to start a nursery.
I have come to understand this: Patience gives you the power to be stronger mentally and emotionally. This is all good stuff for me to learn.
There is so much to say and learn about food waste! So, I dedicating this month’s blog article to delve a little bit deeper.
Saturday, August 20 was World Honey Bee Day. I wish that we return the kindness of honeybees. Not only on one special day but every single day.
Team members, Jeremy and Ralph, are interested in doing a tree-planting project in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.They need more information about planting in the tropics.
After all of that travelling, Mama was off again! I did not want her to go. She is my whole world, although I do like hearing about her experiences when she comes home.
This delicious recipe opens the opportunity to talk about an important but often uncomfortable topic: food waste.
The Global Tree Initiative (GTI) is not just about planting trees. It is, also, about creating communities and growing friendships.
For this article about deserts, Mark advised that the main focus was not on planting trees, but on highlighting the conventional wisdom to regenerate landscapes.
Happy July – It is Time to Fly! Interpreted by Jennifer Troyan (aka Mama) This is post 3 of the...
These little patties are nourishing and filling. You can have them with a hearty salad, drizzled with lemon juice. Or, you could dip them in a bowl of hummus
Today, the tropical region is facing several challenges. Countries in this area are generally the most affected by climate change. Deforestation, logging, poaching, and rapid urbanization are other examples.
Looking after our precious resources of soil and water is a key goal for our Global Tree Initiative (GTI) community. Being good, wise managers of our precious resources is part of the GTI story.
This is post 2 of a 3-part travel series from Jorge. Much imagination was used in the process of writing this blog. Enjoy!
The recipe I am sharing today uses homegrown fava beans. I did not grow them myself, although that is my dream. I did harvest and prepare them!
It is evident that the value of planting trees extends beyond protecting the environment. The forest can also help people heal.
Recently, we asked Mark to tell us more about the different seasons. We were curious about how the seasons impact planting.
Mama says I am a precious life. She is helping me to learn and experience as much as I can. I am fortunate. Sharing what I know with you is even better. May you see your fortune too!
Today’s recipe is creamy and comforting. Its key ingredients are mushrooms and cashews. It is rich in important macro and micronutrients from the onions, mushrooms, and cashews, and it sure is tasty!