A photo of mothers and their children participating in a nutritional workshop provided by Seeds for a Future for mothers and their children.

“Seeds for a Future provides the resources needed for creating food security and self-reliance anywhere.”

From its inception, Seeds for a Future has prioritized creating a food-security Program that’s replicable.

We’re sharing many of our resources to demonstrate how the Program works for its participants and to assist others who may want to create a similar program.

The Seeds for a Future Program works!

The Program provides rural citizens in Guatemala with the skills they need to take control of their lives and live healthier, happier, and more prosperous lives. If you have questions about any of our resources, please contact us.

Seeds for a Future and the First 1,000 Days Program

Proper nutrition is vital for the mother during pregnancy and for the first two years of a child's life (1,000 days). 

Learn more about Seeds for a Future's critical 1,000 Day program in the PDF below.

The Program In Detail PDF

On the Program Page of this website, we outlined the core elements of the Program.

This PDF goes into greater detail about the Program, and what we’ve learned and incorporated along the way.

A Community Development Model for Sustainable Food Security

An overview of Seed's  Comprehensive Rural Development Project", benefitting families and numerous communities along the central-western coastal region of Guatemala. 

Permaculture Systems and Designs

This PDF analyzes the permaculture systems and designs used by the Seeds for a Future demonstration centers and program participants.

During 2014 – 2017, the Institute for Nutrition of Central America and Panama (INCAP) scientifically documented Seeds for a Future’s Integrated Program, and its positive health impacts for the Program’s participants.

What is an Agricultural Extension Program?

The Agricultural Extension Program of Seeds for a Future is indispensable for providing the training and skills required to create lasting and sustainable food security for families and communities. 

"Vivir Mejor"

Daillen Culver's Master's Thesis reviews the history and current state of chronic malnutrition in rural Guatemala while examining the integrated approach to solving this long-standing malnutrition crisis.

Books and Manuals

The Seeds for a Future Team has compiled twenty-nine books and manuals.

These include books on the entire setup of the program, manuals for raising plants and animals, and delicious high-nutrition recipes using local foods.

Program Testimonials

Hear from participants of the Seeds for a Future Program and how it’s transforming their lives.

In addition to the participants, you’ll also hear from University Faculty associated with the Seeds for a Future Program.


Seeds for a Future has uploaded a wide range of videos demonstrating the Seeds Program in action, and interviews with Program participants and extensionists.

Rabbit Breeding Handbook

This handbook is an example of the materials provided to the Seeds for Future Extensionists.

The materials are used in the field with program participants and serve as a baseline for communicating sustainable methods and practices for both food and animal production. 

Join the Seeds Community Newsletter!

Seeds for a Future's unique approach dramatically increases health and opportunities every day.

Our monthly communication shares with you the latest insights, updates, videos, and resources of the Program's participants and the Seeds Team.

These are the 2023 badges provided by Global Giving and Candid awarding Seeds for a Future, including "Vetted Organization," "Site Visit Verified," and "Platinum Transparency" by Candid.