Farming and agriculture in Kenya is essential to the success of its society as a whole. Without farming, everyone would be forced to hunt and gather food, and it is not possible for the population to survive off such an eating style. Industrial farming techniques and genetically modified crops allow farmers to produce a much greater amount of food than in the past, even when using the same amount of land, which keeps food on tables. Industrial farming also employs many people, including hourly workers, seasonal workers and scientific researchers who seek to improve farming techniques. We are working to produce a much larger crop from the land located near our secondary school as well as to expand into a much larger scale farming operation in order to provide food for our various outreach ministries and to provide job training for our students.