South African Students Grow Veggies to Feed the Local Children

It all started, in part, with Thomas Chevallier growing his own organic veggies and realizing the benefits of following a system that reflects the natural world, not only in the healthy food that was being produced, but the lesson of everything's inter connectivity. If anyone would like to donate to this cause and assist these students in expanding their project and enhancing the impact their project has at the informal settlement in Stellenbosch, please visit the Sustainable Brothers Indiegogo page: http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/sustainable-brothers. It would be greatly appreciated!   More About the Project:  The Sustainable Brothers is a student-based community-driven organization that consists of individuals from a diverse range of educational faculties such as... read more
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