Category Archive for: ‘Energy Farming’

  • Your donations sprout into action this spring

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    Organic gardening training continues at the Himalayan Institute Mexico’s facility. Arizsandy, our agronomist, prepared a special class for the counselors to reinforce home gardening techniques and the proper use of tools. La formación de la jardineria organica continúa en la facilidad Mexicana del Instituto Himalaya. …

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  • Tree Planting Time at the Himalayan Institute

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    For years, the Himalayan Institute has been committed to planting trees around the world and that goes for here in Honesdale as well. Keeping with our sustainable lifestyle, we planted young chestnut trees early last month on the west side of our main building. The 1954 building does not …

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  • Organic Farming with Jonotla University

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    Himalayan Institute Mexico is working with the Jonotla University to combat rural exodus and to restore family farming as a respectable and commercially viable career. The challenges facing the youth of Jonotla, a town of 3000 in southern Mexico, are only too common.  For the last …

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  • HI Mexico Targeting Food Security for Local Families

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    After undergoing specialized training, Energy Farming program leader Ariszandy Calderon is launching a new Food Security program, which HI Mexico is very excited about. The program is designed for families interested in participating in capacity building workshops to create their own kitchen gardens. It will …

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  • Sustainability Initiatives in Honesdale

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    On May 6, 2011 staff and residents at the Himalayan Institute headquarters in Honesdale, PA participated in a day-long workshop focused on improving sustainability on campus. Since then a lot has been accomplished at the Honesdale campus. Here’s a rundown on all that has been …

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  • Three Sisters

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    A new feature in this year’s Humanitarian Demonstration Garden at Himalayan Institute headquarters in Honesdale, PA was the arrangement of the crops into country zones, designed to model crops and techniques  being employed at the community centers around the world. The “Mexico” plot featured an …

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  • Outgrowing Arrangement Helps HI Cameroon Expand

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    A major part of increasing organizational sustainability at HI Cameroon is developing the means to completely produce the Total Health product line in-house, from growing the herbs, to processing them into medicine, to distributing them to customers through the Total Health Center and Mobile Clinic. …

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  • HI Mexico Spotlight: Ariszandy Calderon Diaz

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    In the midst of the Himalayan Institute Mexico’s major humanitarian initiatives, the remarkable stories of those responsible often go unreported. This section of the blog seeks to showcase the diverse range of backgrounds, talents, obstacles, and triumphs represented in our local staff and contacts. Ariszandy …

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  • HI Mexico Spotlight: Geovanni Beristain

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    In the midst of the Himalayan Institute Mexico’s major humanitarian initiatives, the remarkable stories of those responsible often go unreported. This section of the blog seeks to showcase the diverse range of backgrounds, talents, obstacles, and triumphs represented in our local staff and contacts. The …

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  • Planting the Honesdale Demonstration Garden

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    The Humanitarian Demonstration Garden, also known as the Herb Garden, is back in full swing. A brief tour in the fall introduced the garden in its resting state. Now the garden is awake and abuzz with activity! From the moment the spring rains ended, garden …

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