Category Archive for: ‘Mexico’

  • Grafting Lemon Trees in Mexico (how to blog)

    Amanda Masters writes… My husband and I spent six months living and working at the Himalayan Institute center in Jonotla, Mexico before moving to Buffalo, NY to become the directors of the HI Buffalo Branch. I often think about our time at HI Mexico and everything we …

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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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  • The Year in Review: 2011 accomplishments

    In 2011, Dallas high schoolers rocked out to support Trees for Tibet, HI members forged a new community partnership with a service excursion to Mexico, environmentalists in Buffalo drummed to support youth leadership in Cameroon, and people from all over the world donated books to …

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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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  • Listen Here to Geovanni’s Radio Interview

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    HI Mexico was honored to be featured on a popular public radio program in Puebla called “Puebla My People.” This show is a socially oriented program that recognizes local citizens working to empower their own people and “give voice to those who are normally silent.” …

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  • Radio Interview with HI Mexico’s Geovanni Beristain

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    Tune in Monday Oct. 31 at 9:45am CST as HI Mexico General Manager, Geovanni Beristain, is interviewed about the Himalayan Institute Mexico’s humanitarian success and its unique project implementation! Listen to the interview, live at: www.pueblafm.mx (105.9 FM Puebla, Mexican Radio).

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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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  • 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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  • Eco-Service Excursion to Mexico a success

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    Yoga in Action is the mission of the Himalayan Institute’s humanitarian projects and taking action is exactly what this group of 22 is all about! On June 10, the Eco-Service Excursion to Mexico, lead by Pandit Rajmani Tigunait, commenced as guests arrived in Puebla. The …

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