Case Studies

A sampling of our Co-Op Garden/Root Zone Feeding Program is demonstrated by a research test conducted on papaya plants in Mali, Africa in 2009; as well as tests on tomatoes and potatoes conducted in 2009 and 2010.

As evidenced in the research summaries and accompanying photos, dramatic results can be realized through Farming For Humanity Foundations programs and recommended products.  These programs can be utilized, resulting in the growing of nutritious food crops, anywhere in world that has a climate conducive to growing plant life.

The key is to educate, demonstrate, and put into practice our food growing programs; to promote locally grown food crops, utilizing eco-friendly sustainable agricultural practices, towards the goal of eradicating world hunger, while at the same time reducing the carbon footprint directly associated with the current agricultural practices of growing food crops regionally and trucking/shipping product all over the country or throughout the world.

This of course takes funding, and we invite you to join us by helping out wherever you can. Together we can make a difference.  Together we can teach people how to become self sufficient in growing healthy nutritious food for themselves, their families, their neighbors and their community; to help eradicate world hunger.

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