community development

 
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Support local communities

Race director Brett Harrison founded Kilimanjaro 2 Natron MTB Stage Race to fund agriculture development. Brett has lived in Tanzania and worked full-time in community development since 2009. K2Nā€™s commitment to serving local farmers is why our race exists.

K2N partners with Tanzanian organization One World Sustainable Livelihood (OWSL) to assist resource-poor smallholder farmers across the country. OWSL works relationally with local families to promote education-based agriculture interventions which are both sustainable and reproducible. A few of the projects Brett and OWSL are responsible for are:

  • Conservation agriculture

  • Nitrogen-fixing legumes for improved fallows

  • Beekeeping

  • Tilapia farming

  • Rainwater harvesting

We are thrilled to put 50% of all K2N profits directly into agriculture development work in Tanzania. Ride a stage race that gives back; partner with us and our Tanzanian friends and neighbors.