'a noble journey' Category

Sticky hands, clean hearts

Agriculture impacts everyone. It is a part of everything. The food we grow nourishes both our bodies and our souls.

Striving for sustainability

Things have been very busy at Lubbe Crop Farm this week. As we finish the final harvesting of the maize crop, we are prepping the fields for the next crop.

Root of the problem

We must address the issue of food security at its roots.

Leading the flock

Leaders have passion. Leaders have vision. Leaders are people like Buloba Chicken Farm workers.

The chicken or the egg

This week I felt like one of the main characters in Alfred Hitchcock's 'The Birds.'

Life lessons from a dead goat

I will be honest; being here is really hard. Africa is not for the faint of heart.

Hope for the future

I am hearing the word "potential" more and more often.

Long awaited journey

Today I leave for my journey as a Noble-Watoto Fellow with hopeful expectation.

A farewell to Uganda

I am so thankful I was able to have this wonderful opportunity and will miss Uganda dearly.

Silk in Uganda?

What I surprise I had when we went to the National Agricultural Research Organizations campus on Wednesday!