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Wood-conserving stoves are saving thousands of trees, reducing greenhouse gas emissions, and greatly improving women and children's health in Central America. Utilizing up to 50% less wood as a “traditional” open pit fireplace and reducing the amount of smoke and black carbon in the homes, the wood-conserving stoves being implemented by SHI are a radical and healthy change.



Film generously created by: Lazarina Todorova

Want to learn more? Visit our Techniques page!

Thursday, 22 April 2010

Watch Planting Hope: The Story of SHI

Written by Renée Johnson

Video generously filmed and produced by Myriad Media, a Raleigh Video Production firm.

NOTE: This is a private web page intended just for you, an SHI Partner.  If you share this film with your fans & followers via email, Facebook, Twitter, etc. (and we hope you do!), please use this public link: http://www.sustainableharvest.org/en/watch-planting-hope-the-story-of-shi

Thursday, 22 April 2010

Watch Planting Hope: The Story of SHI

Written by Renée Johnson

Video generously filmed and produced by Myriad Media, a Raleigh Video Production firm.

Wednesday, 21 April 2010

Watch Planting Hope: The Story of SHI

Written by Renée Johnson

Video generously filmed and produced by Myriad Media, a Raleigh Video Production firm.

 

Download the Planting Hope DVD Party poster!We hope you'll consider sharing this inspiring documentary with your friends, family and community. Please post the link on Facebook, tweet about it on Twitter, leave a comment below, or even host a DVD screening party! Fill out the form on the right and we will mail you a packet with a DVD, promotional materials, SHI brochures and other goodies! If you are hosting a public event, download & print the blank DVD Party poster, fill in all the details of your event and hang them around town.

Thank you for spreading awareness about SHI!

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"SHI is our favorite organization to support. They are well run and have a grounded, workable knowledge of what can be done to help improve the lives of those they serve. In fact they serve us all. The impact of their work affects not only farmers in Central America, but also their families, communities, countries, and ultimately it plays it's part in the sustainability of our global ecosystem. SHI thinks globally, acts locally. Their hearts are in the right place. Please support them if you can."

~ Melinda & Kevin, SHI Supporters

 
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