Abner Sauveur, an activist from rural Haiti, volunteered on the Washington State University Organic Farm and took an organic gardening class from farm manager Brad Jaeckel when he visited Moscow, Idaho in July and August 2010.  They worked together for 7 weeks, overcoming the language barrier with sign language and simple phrases.  When they sat down in late August to converse through translator Nancy Casey, it was the first time they were able to actually talk.  They discuss experience-based education, organic farming, integrated pest management, and seed availability in Haiti.

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