WestWood High School was an amazing expierence with their ACTE classes and their excitement about Precision Agriculture.
Teaching the Teachers at the ATTA Fall Conference. Getting the teachers involved in Precision Agriculture and how they can give their students rural students opportunities.
We believe through community and good works we can change the world. We can all give. What can you do today to make someone's life a little better?
Partner with Guimarra, the Rio Rico FFA, and Abertsons/Safeway we were able to put more than a million servings of fruits and vegetable.
Partnering with the Texas Rangers Youth Acadmy, we provided KindBars and Campbell SoulFul breakfasts to their backpack programs and their tournaments.
Thousands of Pounds
Provided to inne-city kitchens. Along with G Catering, WakWay has provided more than 5,000 pounds of brisket, chicken, and every side dish imaginable to the CornerStone Kitchen's effort to feed the homeless.
Servings of breakfast bars and oatmeal provided to refugee families in downtown
Phoenix during Covid-19.
Chino Valley High School Ag students had an entire day of Precision Agriculture hands-on curriculum. (I think there was a million of them)
UofA Drone Day allowed Ag students the oppotunity to get a hands-on expierence with Drones in the field.
Some of the biggest celebrities and sports personalities in the world share our passion for providing nutrition to underserved communities.
3,500 Mamma Chia
Nutrition is always our first priority when serving the community. We were able to support the Boys and Girls Club with Mamma Chia for after school snacks.
The WakWay Farm opened up our pear orchard to the Hood River FFA farming community to harvest as much as they could for their commitment to
local food banks.
Providing nutritious options during spring break for families is a priority in serving communities. Children were able to take as much home as needed to cover the spring break for them and their families.
Of peanut butter and jelly through our partnership with Meals on Wheels, to Seniors who have been most affeted by Covid-19.