This time of year, home gardens are a favorite way for many of us to relax and put fresh food on our tables. But in many places where we work, gardens are more than a hobby. Families depend on what they can grow in their own plots of land to feed their children and generate income, so their ability to cultivate as much food as possible is vital.
We work with communities to find solutions that help farmers adapt to shifting weather patterns and make the most their natural resources— strengthening harvests for the long-term. In these photos, see how our universal connection to the land takes shape in different places around the world.