CSAs & Haiti

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Community supported agriculture (CSA) supplies yummy produce we have come to love:  tomatoes, broccoli, lettuce, cukes, etc. Locally grown veggies can’t be beat, but variety is the spice of life .. especially when it’s coffee and chocolate! Unless you live in Hawaii – there’s no such thing as locally grown coffee and chocolate. We’re Singing Rooster, a social enterprise nonprofit; we open doors for Haitian farmers with your help. We wholesale Farm Direct Haitian coffee, chocolate, and roasted cacao nibs to CSAs. You win by … Read More

WORT Interviews Singing Rooster

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Radio Talk w/ an Ambitious, Madison nonprofit A BIG thanks to Lee Row and the WORT FM team in Madison, WI for inviting the Rooster’s Corinne Hale for an interview on Third World View  Sunday, February 28th. The oldest news show at WORT, Third World View covers issues relating to the “Third World” from a critical, anti-imperialist perspective. The broadcast includes a half-hour round-up of international news, followed by a 20-30 minute feature — that’s us! Listen in and learn how you can make a difference … Read More

Garden Stakes from Haiti, recycled oil drums

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Our handmade garden stakes from Haiti vary over the years — from flowers, to humming birds to cranes!   But each one is cut and shaped from a recycled oil drum.  They’re spectacular. Nonprofits or Fair Trade Retailers:  Haitian art sales do GREAT once or twice a year — your supporters will love them AND the story. If you’re a nonprofit big or small – we have a wholesale / fundraiser program. Want to buy just a few?  We retail them too:  Haitian metal garden stakes. … Read More

A Taste of Haitian Chocolate

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Building Rural Economies in Haiti w/ Chocolate Bars Haitians have been growing cacao for centuries.  Cacao crops are the raw form of chocolate bars. A centuries old tradition, Haitians have mastered the art of growing some of the world’s best cacao — among the elite 3% of top cacao. Grown in Northern Haiti, our cacao is chosen with care and presented as a special and rare treat. We transform the farmer’s harvest into higher value products so that Haitian farmers may reap financial benefits from … Read More