Newsletters

The Horticulture Innovation Lab's email newsletter shares the latest news from the program, along with funding opportunities, updates from throughout our global network, and upcoming events. 

Email newsletter archive

Newsletter: 2017 highlights, news from our network

Posted on February 23, 2018
We are proud to share with you our latest annual report, with contributions from throughout our global network in 2017. This year’s report is in a condensed format for easier skimming ...

Newsletter: Dry chain news, updates from our network

Posted on December 15, 2017
As we wrap up this productive calendar year, we bring you updates about the dry chain, irrigation in Uganda, horticulture in Guinea, student advancement, gender discussions and new journal articles. We hope you too are harvesting the fruits of a productive year!

Newsletter: Trellis RFP, Africa Postharvest Congress

Posted on February 08, 2017
We have two special opportunities to bring to your attention in this newsletter: First, we are seeking grant proposals from organizations in developing countries for a new, expanded round of Trellis Fund projects. Second, we are sponsoring the first All-Africa Postharvest Congress ...

Newsletter: 2017 opportunities, next steps

Posted on January 04, 2017
Welcome to 2017! We hope that you are beginning your work this new year with bright eyes and renewed verve. Thank you for sharing our commitment to helping smallholder farmers better grow fruits and vegetables ...

Newsletter: Trellis awards, student opportunities, more

Posted on September 20, 2016
Hello there! With the school year starting and fiscal year closing, we have entered a busy time of year for our program with many new opportunities, partners to meet, reports to write, and events to attend ...

Newsletter: New grant RFP, horticulture on world stage

Posted on August 09, 2016
We are once again announcing a new grant opportunity this month. For those of you counting, that means the Horticulture Innovation Lab has three open calls for research proposals right now. We look forward to ...