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This week we visited the Barlonyo school garden and Calo Me Lare to work on the compost system.
For the most part, harvesting both groundnuts and soybeans consisted of walking row to row pulling up plants.
One of my favorite experiences so far happened this week when I was out at Barlonyo schools working with their head gardener, Walter.
Whether it's the simplest games of Mweso or the average day working out in the garden, it never hurts to think a little outside the box.
LaNese Mahan describes her first week in Uganda as a MIAP-Noble Fellow.
Field of Hope, along with Restoration Gateway, Otino Waa, Victory Outreach Ministries and numerous other NGOs, are eager to teach and show people that agriculture is a noble profession.
After a week of traveling to the city, touring new programs, exploring the Nile, and saying goodbye to our friends, it was time to head back to Lira. More importantly, it was time to head back to the garden.
"Don't let what you can't do keep you from doing what you can." – John Wooden