Gratitude Gardens, global, biodiverse home farms

 
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  • Gratitude Gardens, global, biodiverse home farms has received 21 donations
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  • Gratitude Gardens, global, biodiverse home farms has been marked as funded. They raised a total of $345 from an original funding goal of $50,000!
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  • Gratitude Gardens, global, biodiverse home farms posted a progress report
    You can help protect biodiversity!
    By - Nick Heyming - Project Leader
    One of the main goals of starting the gratitude gardens was to empower people around the world to learn about biodiversity and participate in protecting it. If you've ever seen Food Inc. or Future of Food, you've probably been frustrated at how powerful and shortsighted certain huge multinational agribusiness firms...
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    • Gilda
      Gilda Great evokation, amazing project, best of luck!!
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    • Chris
      Chris Nick, this is a fantastic idea! Genetic diversity is the key to sustainability. if we rely on one crop that meets our needs today, what will happen tomorrow when it gets wiped out by a new disease or parasite?
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  • Gratitude Gardens, global, biodiverse home farms posted a progress report
    Partnership
    By - Nick Heyming - Project Leader
    Wow, more great news! I spoke with Professor Victor Zordan, who teaches Computer Science and Engineering for Bourns College at University of California, Riverside. Earlier this year, UCR’s program in video game design was named one of the top 50 of 500 at North American universities by The Princeton Review and GamePro...
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    • ISRAEL SANCHEZ
      ISRAEL SANCHEZ The Gratitude Gardens represent an inspiration for us all, I want to imagine OUR future as you picture it Nick, congrats and BIG THANKS!
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    • Patricio
      Patricio WOW! these are great news, I will rephrase a friend of mine, who stated somewhere else: "I would give an eye or one of my arms (and probably pay) to enjoy a ECO-friendly sustainable, solidary and resilient version of Farmville =)". Let su do this together! Please support this project. Thanks
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  • Gratitude Gardens, global, biodiverse home farms posted a progress report
    Development
    By - Nick Heyming - Project Leader
    I spoke at length with Chelsea Howe, one of the developers of Farmville, the application with millions of viewers on Facebook. I met her because she was a developer of Urgent Evoke, the competition that inspired the Gratitude Gardens. One of the moderators of that game, Evo, suggested I give her a call. She gave us...
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    • David
      David This is totally exciting - why am I the only one commenting on it? Great connection that suggests huge potential impact and I look forward to part II of this reprt.
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    • Ra Sol
      Ra Sol Wow Nick this is really huge!This means we could possibly see this as a facebook application in the next 3-6 months?!?!Can't wait to see it blossom into its full potential!
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    • Ra Sol
      Ra Sol Wow Nick this is really huge!This means we could possibly see this as a facebook application in the next 3-6 months?!?!Can't wait to see it blossom into its full potential!
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  • Gratitude Gardens, global, biodiverse home farms posted a progress report
    Video Summary for Gratitude Gardens
    By - Nick Heyming - Project Leader
    We sat down with one of our main inspirations for the Project, Lorene Sisquoc, as well as with Bianca Chavez, President of Growcology, to create a video explaining what the Gratitude Gardens will do: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7E3TQ5kOYuI Check it out, and we'll have more videos and project updates online soon!
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    • Gilda
      Gilda To be grateful for those who provided us and we to provide food and knowledge to the future generations is an excellent philosophy. Gratitude Gardens shows the grace of the circle of life.
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    • Geoffrey
      Geoffrey Best of luck to you and your plans. Knowing how successful you have already been, gives me confidence that you will continue to triumph on behalf of those of us who what this world to flourish.
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    • Koshy A.V.
      Koshy A.V. there is no doubt that food security and the concept of gratitide are both undying and you are doing a wonderful job to stand in the gap nickmay your green thumbs lead to both in abundant measure for the world in the coming years
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    • Paul
      Paul Excellent job on the video. So many good people involved (p.s. I love the Gratitude Gardens concept)
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    • Margaret
      Margaret I love this idea. Gardening can give children such a sense of accomplishment and encourage long-term goals.
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  • Gratitude Gardens, global, biodiverse home farms has been approved to be on GlobalGiving!
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Nicholas Heyming

Riverside, CA United States

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