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Minute for Mission: International Day for Farmers’ Struggles

Do you thank farmers when you say grace before a meal? In a globalized food system, you have many farmers to cover! And a substantial number of them are scattered around the world, growing everything from coffee and cacao, to cantaloupes and chickens. Yes, despite the fact that the U.S. grows its own melons and millions of chickens, we both export and import those very same items.

Gardens in Haiti offer both food and dignity

In 2013, mission co-workers Cindy Corell and Mark Hare were working with Viljean Louis, coordinator of the Peasant Movement of Bayonnais in Haiti. More than 100 people in the mountain community arrived to receive training for starting yard gardens. They were to learn the skills and then share them with neighbors.