In 1982 Skip began pursuing a dream of helping the rural poor in developing countries to buy their own farmland and to build economic self-sufficiency through farming that land. That dream has blossomed into a non-profit organization known today as Agros International. Agros has helped create over 42 communities so far in rural areas of Guatemala, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Honduras, and Mexico. In a number of these communities, people who could never have dreamed of owning their own farm land have successfully repaid their land loans and received title to their land. Skip’s book on his life journey and how it tied into the work of Agros, Buy This Land, was recently published and available on Amazon.com
He is an avid reader of historical fiction and Walt Kelly's Pogo comic strips. He has a passion for Mozart's operas and great classical music.
Skip and his wife have four children, three beautiful granddaughters, and one very good-looking grandson.
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