Long-term sustainability is a must for communities to thrive. Farthest Corners has initiated and supported agriculture projects in rural communities for over ten years. An example of Farthest Corners’ desire to help make communities stronger is in the development of Happy Home Farm. Since 2009, this farm has been slowly developed to provide rice for the thirty children and staff at Happy Home. Throughout the year, three farm workers and their families also receive support from their labors. By 2020, the plan is to develop the farm to provide at least 90% of Happy Home’s rice needs. Once rice production has reached its full potential, we will introduce other rotational crops and fruit trees.