Conscious Impact Organization Uses HAGA’s Heirloom Seeds Kit for Its Greenhouse Project in Nepal

Carson City, NV, February 12, 2016 --( As a long-time advocate for organic gardening and sustainable living, Home and Garden America is humbled that the Conscious Impact organization is planting the brand’s heirloom seeds in their newly built greenhouse in Takure, Sindhupalchok, Nepal.

Conscious Impact is a non-profit organization that was founded right after the devastating Nepal earthquake last April 2015. Volunteers from all over the world are dedicated to supporting the people of the Sindhupalchok District by helping make communities much stronger and more sustainable.

To encourage sustainability and efficiency in the rural village, the organization has started an agricultural center where the volunteers and community members work together in growing food, propagating plants, and making organic compost. A greenhouse was just recently built in the area, and so the organization needed some seeds to get it going.

One of Home and Garden America's customers, who is also a supporter of Conscious Impact's causes, recently purchased the brand's heirloom seeds kit for this purpose. She sent the package all the way to Nepal to help her son who's currently volunteering.

"The heirloom seeds have successfully made their way to the village. They have now been planted in the new greenhouse in Takure. What a fantastic start for Conscious Impact's greenhouse project! The org is very grateful to Home and Garden America for the seeds," the customer wrote.

Upon hearing the news, Chuck Harmon, Founder and CEO of Home and Garden America, expressed his delight that the company's heirloom seeds are being put to good use.

"I am so happy to hear that the Conscious Impact volunteers and Takure community members are growing our seeds in their village. It's not every day that something remarkable like this happens where people are passionately helping each other to build a more sustainable community. I truly applaud Conscious Impact for all their efforts and hope that the seeds will provide a bountiful supply of sustainable food for the whole community in Takure," Harmon remarked.

The Conscious Impact website has more information on how people can join or donate to this important humanitarian project.

Home and Garden America is the gardening division of Charles C Harmon Co LLC. The company is an advocate for organic vegetable gardening, seed saving and other sustainable methods.
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