EPIC Videos

  • Hope at Home

    Why do so many people try to immigrate to the United States? Lack of economic opportunity, malnutrition, and food insecurity are among many factors. EPIC aims to interrupt this cycle of poverty....

  • Planning For a Life at Home

    With a steeply inclined parcel, Miguel and Rosa plotted out how they could increase their food production and make a life for themselves in Guatemala. ...

  • Growing as a Community

    A community garden in Baja Verapaz provides an opportunity to teach sustainable agricultural practices, reduce malnutrition and give hope for a life in Guatemala....

  • Campesino to Campesino: Salvador

    Salvador is a campesino educator working in Baja Verapaz, Guatemala to improve agricultural practices. In his life and on his plot, he has worked through the same struggles as those he educates. ...

  • Campesino to Campesino: Juana

    Campesino educator Juana is energizing women in Baja Verapaz, Guatemala to do the hard work of building a sustainable life in Guatemala. ...

  • Reforestation and Reclamation

    Don Santos planted 1000 trees! He received tree seedlings and learned how to improve his soil from FUNDAMARCOS, so his family can grow more of their own produce. ...

  • Hatching a Plan for Nutrition

    Little chicks are cute! But, beyond cuteness, the Baja Verapaz: Sustainable Agriculture program's chick hatching program is helping improve family nutrition in Baja Verapaz, Guatemala....

  • Santos Servelio: Agroforestry

    Santos Servelio discussed his agroforestry and water conservation techniques in Honduras. Enjoy the peaceful tour of the forest and his rainwater harvesting system. He is a participant in the La Semilla Del Progreso program....

  • Who Is EPIC?

    Who is Epic? Learn more about EPIC's projects in Women & Youth, Human Rights, Peace, Health & Nutrition, Regenerative Organic Agriculture, Indigenous Culture & Environmental Protection....

  • Emerging Leadership

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  • Women Take The Lead

    A few outstanding efforts by women-led and women focused programs within the EPIC community. I was constantly impressed by their energy, their desire to learn skills and improve their families and communities. Many of these projects had an immediate impact on the families like putting food on the table. We also saw the lasting confidence of mothers and young girls. ...

  • EPIC Celebrates 40 Years

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  • Fast Development in Sustainable Agriculture

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  • VIDEO: Barrera Vivas – Living Soil Filters

    Mary posted this informative video on our Facebook Page Barreras vivas are living soil and water catchments. Eduardo explains how the izote filters water while......

  • VIDEO: Maya Hairpiece

    Woman showing how she wraps her hair using a traditional Maya hairpiece during Boulder Mennonite Service Learning visit to Santa Catarina Palopó. See it on......