Monday, April 17, 2006

Latest Press release 4/17/06 from Food from everyone foundation

Press Release

The Food For Everyone Foundation, currently conducting a humanitarian project in Armenia, reports that interest is being expressed by several organizations and government groups in the greatly improved family-sized farming methods being taught and demonstrated.

The Children of Armenia Fund and Human Dignity and Peace foundations are two of the groups who are sending students for training. All students will receive classroom instruction and practical training in the greenhouse, garden, and field, which promises to increase their vegetable gardening yields as much as 5 to 10 times what they are getting with their traditional methods.

The Foundation's scientifically accurate and sustainable gardening methods have been proven highly successful in 30 countries around the world, and are sometimes called "the poor man's hydroponic method" because the yields are so great as to meke people think they were grown hydroponically.

According to Mr. Jim Kennard, Foundation president, the principles and procedures taught are "better than organic" and far less expensive than hydroponic, since plants are grown right in the ground, and natural mineral nutrients are used to provide balanced nutrition to every variety of vegetable.

A weblog of the Training's progress is being posted to the Foundation's website at In addition, pictures are posted regularly to the MittleiderMethodGardeningGroup Yahoo Groups website Photo's section. All who are interested are encouraged to visit these locations and share in the excitement of this fine humanitarian effort.

Contributions are tax deductible to US citizens, and are used 100% for the benefit of Project participants, as there are no salaries paid to Foundation staff, but all are volunteers. Donations can be made online at


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