Profiles: Using Talents and Trades to Practice Sustainability

Learn what an agronomist, inventor and water witch all have in common with practicing sustainability.



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Dr. Rene Haller built a sustainable farm in Mombasa, Kenya to help end hunger among 500 workers and their families. The farm eventually prospered enough to where workers can sell extra food at the market.
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B.K Huang invented the Solar Dryer, a giant solar collector that helps dry tobacco leaves without using a lot of oil.
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Zona Everett practices the art of dowsing, locating water by means of a divining rod.
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