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Food Security means having enough to eat. Seeds for a Future is working with rural moms in Guatemala to share knowledge about growing nutritious foods at home -- even if the available space is very small. These photos show a field work project by Kharla Vides a Guatemalan graduate student, to demonstrate home gardening with recycled and locally available materials, showing that even the smallest spaces can be used to produce nutritious food.
Seeds for a Future is a US501c3. We're working with the people of Chocola, Suchitepequez, to help them create a better future for themselves and their families. Equally important, our approach in Chocola is the pilot and testing phase of a model program for integrated rural development in which we address food security and nutrition, improving agriculture (and thus the family's economy), and enhanced learning opportunities for all ages and levels of literacy.