Monthly Archives: September 2014

Trees That Feed Heroes: Mr. Joseph Johnson

Mr. Joseph Johnson is an academically trained agronomist who understands breadfruit cultivars and knows the best varieties to plant. He owns and operates Eltham Gardens Plant Nursery in St. Catherine, Jamaica, and serves as Chief Plant Propagation Specialist with the … Continue reading

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Breadfruit Boost for Schools

Trees That Feed Foundation isexcited to announce the launch of our school-feeding program, Trees That Feed in Schools, an initiative built in partnership with the Jamaican Government and Rotary! The program kicked off last Friday at Ocho Rios High School … Continue reading

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Trees That Feed Heroes: Mr. Eric Helgemo

August 27th, 2014. Eric Helgemo is not only a crucial partner of Trees That Feed Foundation’s, but also a true hero of ours. Eric is the President of Three Angels Children’s Relief, a non-profit organization working to help orphans and at-risk … Continue reading

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Jamaica Research Project Completed!

September 1, 2014. Randi de Mel and Afia Adaboh, two graduate students from the University of Minnesota’s Humphrey School of Public Affairs, recently completed their TTFF summer research work in Jamaica. Randi and Afia spent six weeks investigating and reporting on … Continue reading

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Miracle Fruit

We love Good Magazine’s recent article about breadfruit, “Can a Miracle Fruit Overcome its Unsavory Reputation?” by Mark Hay. While the TTFF network will most likely agree that breadfruit’s reputation is anything but unsavory (especially if you have sampled Mary … Continue reading

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