Seeds of Tomorrow Project – Guatemala Greenhouse Update

At the same speed 2012 ended, the new year is flying by! From a business perspective, our locally grown tomatoes are in demand, as consumers continue to increase the value they put on local produce. While our tomato growing focus is local, thanks to some of our international partners, the Seeds of Tomorrow Project Guatemala Greenhouse is in production.

As I’ve mentioned in this space before, Kubo Sustainable Greenhouses and their network of partners in Holland have been incredibly generous in supporting the Seeds of Tomorrow project. (For more details on the project give our brochure a read.)

Just a few days into the New Year I was reminded that our goal of “Changing the Cycle of Child Hunger in Tactic, Guatemala” is one step closer as construction is under way at Kubo headquarters in Holland. I would like to personally express my thanks to the men and women from Kubo and their suppliers who have donated their time to work on the project. They have truly captured the spirit of what we are trying to accomplish.

Looking forward, I know we will be successful but we still need more help. With the greenhouse and supplies already donated, the team at Impact is working diligently on site preparations to ensure the build team can seamlessly bring the project to life. I would ask that you consider making a donation and remember Houweling’s Tomatoes has committed to matching each dollar of our $30,000 fundraising goal, bringing the total to the $60,000 needed.

Enjoy the pictures of the Kubo team at work. To support with a donation, click on the below links for the USA and Canadian sites.
(*be sure to select “Houweling’s Seeds of Tomorrow Project” in the funds designation drop down)



With my regards,

Our Mindset




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