Jennifer Garvin

The Database for Integrated Resources and Training is, in its most elemental truth, an attempt to end hunger in the most sustainable way.

I’ve built this organization on a few basic principles. First; that an education is worth far more than a handout. Second; that anyone alive deserves a quality education, particularly when that education concerns the health of humanity and of the earth. Finally; that the most constructive way of sharing knowledge is to do so without the desire to capitalize upon it.

Too often has the problem of hunger and malnutrition been temporarily alleviated or used to veil other endeavors. Too often have populations been compartmentalized and marginalized in an attempt to administer aid. Too often do those of us with access to myriad resources and educational opportunities give to the less fortunate the fruits of our industry… but not the gift of industrial equality.

The DIRT Society will learn from each participant and merge our various skillsets until everyone is able to develop and advance, without damaging shared natural resources. Only then will the global economy be fair, and each member of the international community equipped with the tools they need to eat, stay healthy, and sustain the ecosystems in which they live.


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