A group of celebrity chefs is joining forces to raise funds for Haitian farmers who suffered devastating crop losses during Hurricane Matthew. Michelin-starred Chef Dominique Crenn along with The Travel Chanel’s Andrew Zimmern, Martha Stewart and others, are lending their support to the Root Project, a campaign to plant 1 million coffee and cacao trees in Haiti.
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Proceeds of the fundraising campaign will go to the Pan American Development Foundation (PADF), a leading development organization in Haiti, which will implement the Root Project alongside local partners including Agridev. In addition to planting the trees, PADF will support Haitian fair-trade and organic farming cooperatives, helping them cultivate specialty-grade coffee and cacao.
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Gallery: Haiti after Hurricane Matthew (Logan Abassi/UN MINUSTAH)
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