The Mosaic Project:
April 2013: The Mangrove Tree: Planting Trees to Feed Families shares the inspiring story of Dr. Gordon Sato and his work in Eritrea in East Africa. He originally traveled to the arid-coast of Eritrea to help fight famine and found that the indigenous mangrove trees could provide food for herding animals and therefore become a secondary food source for people. He worked closely with villagers in Hargigo how to teach them how to cultivate sustainable mangrove forests to the benefit of the entire community. To learn more about the Manzanar Project, see http://themanzanarproject.com/.