We have discovered that digging in the dirt together and sharing produce/seeds/plants are powerful ways to connect people to each other and the environment in which we live.
REMEDIAL INITIATIVE is a project with a technological approach aimed at improving the devastated Chesero lands in Malava Sub-county Kenya, spoilt by massive landslide caused by heavy rains,by building gabions and channel-cuts across dip trenches and planting trees to avoid mass soil erosion.
We have restored areas of the Nixticuil Forest, fought more than 200 forest fires caused by those who want to destroy it, and created conservation activities to help maintain the ecological balance, preservation of biodiversity, protection of aquifers and capture of carbon dioxide with no support from the government.
Chilis on Wheels (CoW) Chapter in Puerto Rico opened up a vegan community center in San Juan, that serves food to vulnerable communities, as well as holds workshops, trainings, meetings, documentary screenings, and community nights to make veganism accessible to everyone.
Through this project, plant biologist, agroecologist, visual artists and project coordinators promote the ancestral practice of seed saving through the creation of GROW-HARVEST-SHARE: SEEDS FOR EVERYONE, an illustrated seed saving manual designed to share these skills to all.