Seeds for a Future Staff Instructing Local Families

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

From the beginning, Seeds for a Future has prioritized creating a Program that’s replicable.

We’re sharing many of our resources with you because we want to demonstrate how the Program is working for its participants and for others who may want to create a similar program.

Seeds for a Future works!

It provides rural citizens in Guatemala with skills needed for them to take control over their own lives and live healthier, happier, and more prosperous lives. If you have questions about any of our resources, please contact us.


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 participants.

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.

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.

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.

"Vivir Mejor"

Daillen Culver's seminal 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.

Broccoli and Cauliflower Growth

A comprehensive study on the adaptability
of broccoli and cauliflower strains at varying altitudes, completed by one of our researchers 
in-residence and long-time supporter Antonio Carillo.

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Stay connected with the Seeds for a Future team and Program participants!

Our quarterly newsletter shares the latest Program stories, videos, and milestones.

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