Nicaragua Students learn Self-Sustainable Education with Recycled Materials



World Missions Outreach students in Nicaragua learn self-sustainable education by using recycled materials. Each WMO student learns how to plant their own vegetables, fruits, and gardens; thus ensuring, no child has to go to bed hungry!


So, How do you create a garden out of recycled materials?


Ryan, from Canada Christian College, sharing planting 101 with WMO Students

1. Each student used a recycled plastic bottle as their planting container.

Snag your plastic bottle out of the trash and grab a pair of scissors!

Lindsay, from Canada Christian College kicks off the planting project with WMO Students

2. Time to add the soil!

Our Team showed WMO students how to add the appropriate amount of soil for their plant to grow & shared with them on the importance of knowing what type of soil each seed needs.

Mission Director, Amanda Sowards, teaching self sustainable education to World Missions Outreach Students

3. Space out & Plant your seeds!

Our team helped WMO students know how deep to place their seeds & the appropriate amount of space to leave between each seed.

Allie, Miss Great Lakes Earth, showing WMO Students how to plant their seeds.

4. Now, Add Water!

Our team explained to WMO students the importance of keeping their plants watered & show them the appropriate amount of water to add.


What did we plant?

Tomatoes, Lettuce, Peppers, and Cucumbers!


Why is teaching sustainability & agriculture important?

WMO students learned how to plant their own vegetables & fruits!

This type of trade skill agriculture education ensures that no child has to go to bed hungry. This type of knowledge is a way to provide children with a way to create a self-sustainable lifestyle for themselves & their families in the face of economic adversities.



What will the students do with their plants?

Each student will be responsibly for taking the knowledge & tools that the team equipped them with to tend and take care of their plant. The students will come to school and monitor their seedlings daily. Once their seed starts to grow & produce, the students can take the produce home to share with their families!




More about our Agriculture Education?

WMO provides all of our students, 1st - 11th grade, with trade skill & agriculture classes.

We ensure our students have the tools to create a better and more self-sustainable tomorrow for the now generation and future generations to come!



Do Short Term Mission Teams Matter?

Of course they do! Still questioning it? Ask the 100 students who now have agriculture knowledge and are able to provide food for their families; not just one time, but for a lifetime!




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