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  • Isabel’s farm in Bella Florida.
  • Upside down soda bottles filled with water about once per week keep these tomato plants happy in the dry season.
  • Diomedes shows Clay how to use Isabel’s new water pump.
  • Jacinto Martinez?
  • Dalys Moran with peppers and Gladys Moran with tomatoes
  • Staff, board members and donor from shi and four country programs
  • We had 14 volunteer trips this year for student groups, community groups and others who wanted a different sort of vacation. We hope you will join us on a trip next year.
  • 500 families have graduated in addition to the 1300 current participants
  • 3.5 villages per field trainer and 35 families per field trainer (average)
  • 2010 Update Web

    1. 1. Sustainable Harvest International Update 2010
    2. 2. Panama Adelante!
    3. 3. 2009 first irrigation system
    4. 4. 2010 New Water Pump
    5. 5. New Stove Replacing the Old 3 Rock Method
    6. 6. Recently Built Stove = no more black walls
    7. 7. Harvest!
    8. 8. Panama’s first csa
    9. 9. Nicaragua
    10. 10. Fertilizer Beans
    11. 11. Composting Chicken Coop
    12. 12. First Fruit of Their Labor
    13. 13. Tree Seedlings
    14. 14. Reforesting a Riverbank
    15. 16. <ul><li>Preserving the Forests, Water and Air </li></ul>
    16. 17. Street kids at demo farm garden in Bluefields, Nicaragua
    17. 18. SHIers from 6 countries
    18. 19. Smaller World Trips
    19. 20. Special Luxury for the Board
    20. 21. <ul><li>BYOM – Bring Your Own Mattress </li></ul>
    21. 22. SHI’s Accomplishments Twelve years of growing slowly, but surely <ul><li>1,300 families in 100 communities in four countries receiving technical assistance (500 grads) </li></ul><ul><li>12,000 acres of degraded land converted to sustainable uses </li></ul><ul><li>60,000 acres of tropical forest saved from slash and burn </li></ul><ul><li>2.6 million trees planted </li></ul><ul><li>900 wood-conserving stoves (saving 9,000 trees per year) </li></ul><ul><li>23 community loan funds started with $10,000 seed capital, now manage $40,000 capital </li></ul>
    22. 23. $18,000 supports the work of one field trainer for an entire year.   $6,000 sponsors an entire village program for a whole year. $500 provides a family with technical support and materials for one year. $100 covers the costs of establishing a one acre sustainable farm plot. $50 buys the materials for a wood-conserving stove that will save 100 trees. A Lot Of Bang For The Buck
    23. 25. Thank You!!!
    24. 26. Thousands Still Waiting
    25. 27. Sustainable Harvest International Planting Hope Restoring Forests Nourishing Communities
    26. 28. FY2008 Income & Expenses

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