So you know I'm still at it.
Sorry that my garden reports have been slow in coming,
but it's difficult finding people who believe in what I'm doing.
I began with a local high school where the director loved the idea,
but the team of 3 11th grade girls in the project immediately excluded me.
I'm not going to beg anyone to let me help with their work,
so I'll go back to the school at the beginning of the new school year.
I tried a 2nd high school, but they were already well on their way,
so I decided to go back later when I'm ready for a bigger challenge.
I've gotten the approval, (in Germany nothing works without approval)
to build gardens at 3 1st > 5th grade schools and found one with a good spot,
though the spot needed work before it could support a garden.
The work is almost finished and I hope to begin a "Sustainability" work group,
where the teachers and I will show the young people that the poor can be fed
and that we can do it without paying money.
Updates will follow soon!
I'll ask the kids to work on a report for you, so you can do the same.
Parents, get your kids involved locally, help them find ideas and to get the word out.
Teachers, encourage your students to aim high, they can find answers if you let them.
Young people of the world, help us in the search for a cure for hunger.
If you believe that NO one should die of hunger, ever again,
then the club needs you.
You are invited to the challenge of challenges!
It's time to act!
Please hurry, the clock is ticking.
2020 isn't far off!
Join Generation Zero Hunger in Facebook to see what others are doing.
Here's your chance to leave feedback! You're welcome to praise, criticize or just talk, but please be nice.
Here we are,
being the light!