Students in the 6thGrade Class at Memorial Elementary School in Hopedale, Mass., report that one of the most memorable projects from elementary school was Read to Feed®.
Want more great content from the Heifer Blog? Subscribe in a reader or by Email. Known as "the living tractor of the East," the water buffalo is used mostly for plowing and transportation by families in Asia. In addition to plowing, water buffalo
And not just in the fairy tale The Princess Bride. (If you havent seen it, go watch it now. Youll understand.) Photo by James Grooves Actually grasscutters really arent all THAT big, but they are big in relative terms.
As a member of the Social Media Team at Heifer I have a fun task of reading tweets from our wonderful donors and supporters who help spread the word about our mission, especially during the holiday season. This holiday season, it's
Pierre Ferrari signs a certificate honoring the groundbreaking of a new demonstration farm as part of a Heifer/Danone project near Andriivka village, eastern Ukraine. The document was later placed in a time capsule.
Prior to 2007 dairy products made with actual milk were hard to come by in Ghana. I know that sounds strange, but even the most popular dairy product on the marketyogurtwas mostly made with powdered milk. These powder-based
I hope you've been enjoying our series highlighting some of the livestock and other options from the Heifer Gift Catalog. I know many people like giving and receiving the gift of a goat or a share of a water buffalo. It's not only a great way to
When the floods came, Iryna Paviluk's life was nearly washed away. When Heifer came, she was able to rebuild it.In 2008, floods devastated Chernivtsi Oblast in western Ukraine. Iryna's house was destroyed, her orchards flooded and her animals lost.
Annie Bergman, World Ark writer and regular contributor on Heifer Blog, is in Ghana this week. Internet connections are unsurprisingly spotty, so she passed along her first impressions of Ghana to me, with the promise of more (and photos)
This tiny insect works hard for struggling families. They produce sweet honey to eat, beeswax that can be turned into goods like candles, and they also help pollinate crops to increase yields. Dorel Butuza and his family live in the village of