Navajo Sheep. Shannon Scot, 16, with her ewe, which she received in a Future Farmers of America youth group collaboration with Heifer near Window Rock in the Navajo Nation. The sheep will help improve bloodlines of Native American livestock so they can produce high quality wool. Source: Heifer International Pressroom.
Week 2, Day 8, the Way. For up-to-date news and photos of the journey, please go to: www.elcaminoylacomida.com. We may be meeting a lot of folks here, but Heifer has impacted many, many, many more.
Since Heifer’s inception in 1944, 13.6 million families—more than 70 million people—directly and indirectly benefited from the gifts of livestock, trees, seeds and training. In the past year, more than 1.6 million families were assisted in more than 50 countries.
To donate on Heifer’s site, please go here.
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