Author Archives: Michael McLaughlin

Charlotin’s New Video

We are very proud of Haitian entrepreneur Charlotin Frednaud, head of Groupe D’Appui a la Production Locale (GAPL). Check out his business’ new video below! Charlotin approached Trees That Feed Foundation in 2016 for support in starting his own breadfruit … Continue reading

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Another Exciting Year for Trees That Feed!

We are excited to share Trees That Feed Foundation’s 2016 Annual Report. 2016 was a big year for us! Thanks to all of TTFF’s partners and supporters. To date, TTFF has distributed over 120,000 food-bearing trees, 22 kits of food … Continue reading

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Breadfruit in Bahamian Schools

Bahamas Forest Supervisor Wavell Hanna and Assistant Forestry Officer Amanda Newbold recently gave a series of presentations to Bahamian students about the importance of forests and trees. Amanda and Wavell visited four schools on South Andros and Mangrove Cay. After … Continue reading

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iSupport Club and Trees That Feed

Trees That Feed Foundation visited a local Inside Out Club over the weekend to talk about the benefits of trees. As you can see, our little environmentalist participants couldn’t have been cuter! We rotated stations during the event to learn … Continue reading

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Ascension’s 2017 Children’s Lenten Project

Trees That Feed is excited to be partnering with Ascension Catholic Church in Oak Park, IL for their 2017 Children’s Lenten Project! Throughout Lent, Ascension’s families and students will be reducing their carbon footprint and learning about ways in which … Continue reading

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Breadfruit nutrition

Thanks to Global Breadfruit for this infographic on breadfruit nutrition!

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Join the Symposium!

TTFF is excited to be in Jamaica this week. We will be hosting a breadfruit symposium in partnership with Jamaica’s College of Agriculture, Science and Education (CASE). Check out details below! All are welcome and we hope you can join … Continue reading

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Yams to Jeremie’s Foothills

We received an update today on the yellow yams that were part of TTFF’s hurricane response effort. Thanks to the generosity of our donors and partners, and to the energetic efforts of Pierre-Moise and Renel, the people of Doudouche recently … Continue reading

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Trees for Suriname

When working together, there’s nothing like the personal touch. Mary and Mike McLaughlin reach out by email, phone call, and various multiple social media channels. But when the time came to launch TTFF’s tree planting and entrepreneurship programs in Suriname, … Continue reading

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GAPL, Support Group Local Generation in Haiti

Not a familiar name?  It’s music to our ears at TTFF.  Remember the name Charlotin Frednaud!  This energetic young man paid his own expenses to travel from the north of Haiti to Port au Prince, a journey of many hours, … Continue reading

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