Reduce global hunger with a low cost and simple way of growing food
Kids grow their own Vegetable this year using a Sub-Irrigated Planter they make from two 5-gallon buckets
Sub-Irrigated Planters (SIPs) are the most efficient and foolproof way to grow tons of food anywhere with a little sunshine. Kids can make their own SIP using two 5-gallon buckets. The SIPs remain free of weeds and need watering only once every 3 days. Planting, growing and harvesting their own tomato or any other vegetable they fancy will boost the child's sense of accomplishment tremendously. Each child is very likely to eat the veggie they grew themselves, providing good health as a "side-effect".