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Process Makes Perfect

Process Makes Perfect

Many communities across the globe could benefit from our program. So, how do we go about deciding where to work? Renée Johnson, our executive director, explains how we selected our two newest communities in Belize.

A Day in the Life of Heinert, EARTH Intern

I saw that the organization works with long-term projects targeting low-income farming families that need some support to improve their livelihoods. The organization works in 5 specific areas: agroforestry, environment, food security, livelihoods, and learning capacity. All of this while promoting organic techniques to improve people’s health and stop the environmental damages caused by conventional agriculture.

A Day in the Life of Abner, EARTH Intern

A Day in the Life of Abner, EARTH Intern

Because I was interested in doing an internship in forestry, I was hoping Sustainable Harvest International’s work would focus mainly in this field. However, once I started working with Sustainable Harvest International in Panama I realized that the work was very different from what I had expected.

This wasn’t a negative thing for me, however. Sustainable Harvest International’s work is about forestry but it’s more complex than just that. 

To REM or Not to REM?

To REM or Not to REM?

Ricardo Romero, Program Impact Manager, explores our attempts measure the qualitative effect sustainable living has throughout a community once we've scaled back our support.