We are a multiracial family [African Canadian] and tigernuts fanatics. We love to serve others just like Laura's Great grand Father of Clinton Ontario did in the 1930's in Ghana, taking Salvation Army to remote Africa back then. His wife Milly whose tomb was washed by the sea  as we watched her subtly pass on the baton of serving and working with "remote" communities.
Since 2001 we’ve worked with local communities around our family farm building trust and respect through employment and partnership engagements for economic empowerment. Today, Grandma’s little tubers which is one of nature’s most nutrient packed root vegetables is changing lives across Ghana and Africa.
We invite you to join our Healthy NutTribe. Buy buying our tigernuts and in so doing impact lives thousands of miles away.
In July 2008 Laura and I embarked on a life transforming journey that took us to Attakura No.1, a remote village in the Ashanti region of Ghana. As Educationists we both believe in the power of educating 'any child' as dreams are universal!. This village had the only primary school in the area with over 140 students accessing a 4 classroom block facility for all of KG 1 through to grade 6. So we partnered with the village to support their efforts in educating the children around the community.
Together with family, friends and the village Elders, we got basic classroom resources as pens, pencils, erasers, sharpeners, mathematical sets, story books, library resources, chalk, tables, chairs in addition to passion infused weekly soccer games. Then the excitement began, school became fun and we became part of this amazing community.
Since then we've partnered with the surrounding communities on several projects. We helped build a 2-bedroom facility for teachers, teamed up with the Ghanaian Association of London Ontario to build a clean community water borehole facility, and now engaging the small holder farmers to bring you one of nature's ancient and most nutrient packed root vegetables!