Monthly Archives: October 2012

7 Wonder Facts of our Tomato World

Facts are funny. You want them to help with decision-making. But sometimes, the more facts you have on the table, the tougher it is to make the decision. Consider a single fact; I’ve seen plenty of examples where that fact is used to support or oppose the same argument.

You’re probably wondering what I’m getting at – frankly, nothing more than serving up some wonder (some mind-boggling) facts about my world of tomatoes.  … Read more

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One Week in Guatemala – A Life Changing Impact

For those that don’t know me, I am a Canadian and in Canada we celebrate Thanksgiving in October instead of November like the USA. This thanksgiving has given us even more to be thankful for as we are making progress on a Guatemala school nutrition project. This past July I had a life changing experience in Guatemala. Below is a journal of the trip I wrote for our employee newsletter.

My eldest daughter Rebecca (1 year away from completing her studies as a Registered Nurse) asked me to join her for a weeklong trip to Guatemala to the remote mountain region of Tactic, Guatemala, where she spent 2 and a half months volunteering in a medical clinic last year. … Read more

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