As vice chair of the Clinton Foundation, Chelsea Clinton has helped advance opportunities for women and girls, looked at ways to curb childhood obesity and raised awareness of the effects of climate change. Now she’s written her own book, which takes wide-reaching global issues like the environment, women’s rights...
Project participants, Heifer employees, donors and people just getting to know Heifer all have at least one pressing question in common: How do we know the Heifer model really works?
Clara Parkes, editor of the beloved Knitter’s Review and author of New York Times bestseller Knitlandia, stays busy designing patterns, writing, and teaching, so we're grateful she fits fundraising for Heifer into that packed schedule. Last year, her Knitters Review Team Heifer page raised more than $30,000.
If you take a peek at the to-do list for the Heifer Farm garden at any point during the growing season, you might not expect to find is a standing line item to pick up cardboard. But it’s there, and it’s a big part of how we grow delicious...
Get the latest information about the Zika virus, what the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals mean to Heifer, the benefits of beans, and how water scarcity is a much larger problem than we thought.
Extreme drought and deforestation leave Haitian farmers stuck with parched, unyielding soil. After a rocky start, project participants and Heifer Haiti staff realized access to water has to be the first step.
Although the golden era of the seagoing cowboy is past, Peggy Reiff Miller, an author, historian and archivist, is keeping their stories alive through her work, which she describes for World Ark.
While it can be hard enough for people to cope with death from the heat, melted roads, crippling drought, restricted water usage and other issues, what about our food systems? How can farmers adapt to this harsh new reality?