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Connecting with those most-in-need around the world

Sowing seeds around the world.


Earth Heart Growers' dream is to be able to assist and educate the most at need communities around the world with gardening, farming and helping them develop the same entrepreneurial skills we teach our children here in Charleston, so they also can have access to tools to succeed. 

In 2017, Earth Heart Growers' founder visited an Ethiopia organic farm, in Shashamane,

with her own financial efforts. 

She was astonished by the country's permaculture and respect for the earth.

She had the opportunity to see her local organic farmer friend: Abel Abebe win a farming contest. He had the best quality organic Teff, a type of wheat used to make injera, an Ethiopian bread served with most of their meals.


We made connections with this community in Shashamane, our founder introduced the women to yoga and meditation. We hope to continue empowering women and children in the area by sharing with them different skills to help develop within their community.




In 2018, Ms. Ramirez had the opportunity to share her garden curriculum "Flower Empower and Healthy Beans", same used by Earth Heart Growers, with Nkabom Montessori School. Efforts led by local Dr. Swenson, Project Okurase founder. 

(To learn more about project OKURASE

please visit

Connections with a Montessori school in Egypt have been also made. The school is interested in implementing the gardening curriculum and to start building their own gardening programs to educate their children. 


Additionally EHG would like to teach the curriculum to indigenous communities of South America. Liz had the opportunity to visit her own country, Colombia, South America in 2019 and had the opportunity to make connections with The Kogis: "The Jaguars" a Native American tribe of the Tayronas' land. 

The vision is to have the financial ability to share the EHG curriculum with impoverished communities around the world. Having little access to education and multi-cultural experiences, we hope to adapt the EHG curriculum to their educational abilities & traditions while honoring and preserving their culture. As they have much to teach us as well!

We've been sowing seeds globally as we work towards making the

Earth Heart Growers program

a reality for communities-in-need around the world. 

If you are interested in sponsoring a EHG global initiative, please reach out!

Let's Grow Together!

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