We believe access to nutritious food is a basic human right and can save lives. By collectively practicing and promoting agroecology we have an opportunity to transform, not only our food systems, but our whole world.
This May, DIG welcomed 10 guests to Kenya for our first Field Trip since 2019. DIG's Kenya team embraced us with open arms and took time to teach us some of what they do.
Read about the experience from one of our trip participants, Dana Clarkson.
Many Batwa youth couldn't access their ancestral forest foods until DIG started working with the elders to grow them in their gardens. Today people are coming from all over the area to try these nutritious fruits and vegetables and learn how to grow them right outside their doors.
Serina's joy is hosting people in her home. Her DIG garden has enabled her to not only offer her guests beautiful meals when they visit, but she's also become an important resource for fresh diverse produce in her community.