Agriculture

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Our primary focus to date has been beekeeping. On our first trip to Haiti, we were able to partner with Edward Bernard from Marksville, Louisiana. Edward has a commercial beekeeping enterprise, Cajun Gold Honey Farm, LLC, and has been professionally working in the field for over 15 years. Through Edward’s leadership, we were able to purchase, ship, and construct over 150 starter kits. These boxes can be used as starter kits for large hives, as splitters, and much more. During our initial visit, we were able to work with the beekeepers in and around the Kobonal mission in Hinche, Haiti. The time we spent with them gave us the opportunity to share our beekeeping skills and techniques and supply them with updated boxes, frames, and other such items to multiply their hives and increase honey production.

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During our first visit, we also had the opportunity to work with David McDonald. David is an Apiary Inspector from British Columbia who works for the Ministry of Agriculture and is working in Haiti to establish a beekeeping community across the country where they can share ideas, provide education, and engage more farmers in this important agricultural activity. The purpose of focusing on beekeeping is to help increase crop production and establish long-term income streams for many individuals in an impoverished country. The production and sale of honey will help to support their large and growing families.
Our mission is also working to provide clean, life-saving water to over 1,500 people throughout four different communities in Haiti.

Agriculture

News Updates
Our primary focus to date has been beekeeping. On our first trip to Haiti, we were able to partner with Edward Bernard from Marksville, Louisiana. Edward has a commercial beekeeping enterprise, Cajun Gold Honey Farm, LLC, and has been professionally working in the field for over 15 years. Through Edward’s leadership, we were able to purchase, ship, and construct over 150 starter kits. These boxes can be used as starter kits for large hives, as splitters, and much more. During our initial visit, we were able to work with the beekeepers in and around the Kobonal mission in Hinche, Haiti. The time we spent with them gave us the opportunity to share our beekeeping skills and techniques and supply them with updated boxes, frames, and other such items to multiply their hives and increase honey production.

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During our first visit, we also had the opportunity to work with David McDonald. David is an Apiary Inspector from British Columbia who works for the Ministry of Agriculture and is working in Haiti to establish a beekeeping community across the country where they can share ideas, provide education, and engage more farmers in this important agricultural activity. The purpose of focusing on beekeeping is to help increase crop production and establish long-term income streams for many individuals in an impoverished country. The production and sale of honey will help to support their large and growing families.

Our mission is also working to provide clean, life-saving water to over 1,500 people throughout four different communities in Haiti.

Agriculture

Agriculture

News Updates
Our primary focus to date has been beekeeping. On our first trip to Haiti, we were able to partner with Edward Bernard from Marksville, Louisiana. Edward has a commercial beekeeping enterprise, Cajun Gold Honey Farm, LLC, and has been professionally working in the field for over 15 years. Through Edward’s leadership, we were able to purchase, ship, and construct over 150 starter kits. These boxes can be used as starter kits for large hives, as splitters, and much more. During our initial visit, we were able to work with the beekeepers in and around the Kobonal mission in Hinche, Haiti. The time we spent with them gave us the opportunity to share our beekeeping skills and techniques and supply them with updated boxes, frames, and other such items to multiply their hives and increase honey production.

During our first visit, we also had the opportunity to work with David McDonald. David is an Apiary Inspector from British Columbia who works for the Ministry of Agriculture and is working in Haiti to establish a beekeeping community across the country where they can share ideas, provide education, and engage more farmers in this important agricultural activity. The purpose of focusing on beekeeping is to help increase crop production and establish long-term income streams for many individuals in an impoverished country. The production and sale of honey will help to support their large and growing families.

Our mission is also working to provide clean, life-saving water to over 1,500 people throughout four different communities in Haiti.