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Grow Africa

Grow Africa

Grow International is proud to announce the release of Grow Africa 2013 Pinot Noir. This is a story where passion, abundance, and stewardship meet and work together in serving others. You are invited to be a part of the story, attend an event and purchase some wine. Every purchase directly supports our work in West Africa, helping train and empower farmers.

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We Have Turkeys

We Have Turkeys

We are raising 40 pastured turkeys just in time for Thanksgiving!

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Green Achievement

Green Achievement

On Saturday April 20th the community of McMinnville came together to celebrate La Casa VerdeAn all day event celebrating

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Volunteers are love in action!

Volunteers are love in action!

These people care a whole awful lot! They have been giving their time to help Grow International become a reality. Without them we

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New Collaborations

New Collaborations

We meet Truth x Vision this year and they are going to make every effort to take Farm in a Barrel into Ghana.

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The local paper tells our story.

The local paper tells our story.

We were interviewed by Molly Walker of then Yamhill Valley News Register! Here is the link to the article. 

 

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A day on the farm with Rick MacLeish

A day on the farm with Rick MacLeish

Debbie Fox of “Fox Knoll Farms” brought Rick MacLeish, families, and food all together on her farm to raise money for the Farm in a Barrel- Sierra Leone project.

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We are in Business!

Grow International, LLC  is officially registered with the Oregon Secretary of State! Articles of organization are filed.

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Poultry Processing

We were harvesting the last round of chickens for the season at our Sherwood Poultry Club. When one of the guest volunteers  to our surprise was Allison Jack. She filmed and then posted on her  blog (click here to read the whole post) about our system and her experience.  This is a great video to show what we do and how our system works. It also shows how we involve others in bringing them an experience around their food and where it comes from.

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Production Begins

Production Begins

Today we began phase one of production on 20 barrels for Farm in a Barrel – Sierra Leone. We will have raised enough money to build all the rails for the barrels as we continue to raise the money we will move on in production.

History has just been made!

Here is our first complete pen off the production line.

 

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