Inundo Spring Training


Inundo has been responding to the growing need for training as people grapple with addressing the huge impact COVID is having on food accessibility and affordability. We have offered a number of different training opportunities: online theory, day-long outdoor practical training out in community, and a thermophilic (hot) compost training day at the model farm. … Continue reading Inundo Spring Training

Food Crisis: Are We Prepared?


In April 2020, as nations all over the world were grappling with crippling economic shutdowns due to COVID-19, the World Food Programme was foreseeing an even more dire trajectory related to hunger and food security. According to Peyvand Khorsandi, the WFP Chief forecasted that on top of the 821 million already food insecure people worldwide, … Continue reading Food Crisis: Are We Prepared?

COVID Stirs Innovation and Initiative


If you spend yourselves on behalf of the hungry and satisfy the needs of the oppressed, then your light will rise in the darkness, and your night will become like the noonday. Isaiah 58:10 For many of us growing up in middle class neighbourhoods, we have never personally experienced lack of access to food. We’ve … Continue reading COVID Stirs Innovation and Initiative

Flourishing From the Soil On Up: Zoom Panel Discussion


Now available: A recording of our live Zoom panel discussion with Barbara Warren, Stan Wiens, and Dan Wiens where we explored the connections between faith and caring for creation, ourselves, and others. In This Panel Discussion We Were: Considering that looking after ourselves, and caring for creation, are deeply spiritual endeavours Identifying the connections between … Continue reading Flourishing From the Soil On Up: Zoom Panel Discussion

Harvesting an Overflow and Anticipating the Future


We have the incredible joy and delight of now being able to look back at the first few months on the Inundo property on Cadmoor Road in Outer West Durban. We had in faith planned, in our original moving timeline, to be moved and settled in time to plant our first field crop. It feels … Continue reading Harvesting an Overflow and Anticipating the Future