Hey Rosetta! lead singer Tim Baker recently traveled to Honduras with USC Canada, an NGO whose Seeds of Survival program is making a big difference for farmers in many countries. The 30-year-old St. John’s native shared his experience with Huffington Post Canada in a compelling account of the trip:

“Because, really, food is more than food. It’s possibility. There is no science, or art, or math, or music, or creativity when you’re starving. There is no innovation, no dancing, no jokes, no books, no systematic improvements, no sex, no architecture, no love, no life without food. If you don’t mind an obvious analogy, it’s like food is the seed, and the fruit is what we know as life.”

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