The mission of the Jesse Higginbotham Technology Trust is to continue the ideas, dreams and work of Jesse Higginbotham which included supporting and fostering the notions of sustainability, community, and technological literacy.
The trust is a Kentucky 501 (c) (3) non-profit corporation that works to improve our community by increasing technological availability and technological literacy in addition to promoting sustainability both in relation to technology as well as in other capacities. To that end we have embarked on several projects meant to further our goals.
Having been bitten by the “grow it” bug many, many years ago, I consider myself pretty adept at nurturing seeds. Over the years I’ve developed my own way of germinating that’s been highly successful whether the seed is annual flowers … Continue reading Read more »
May 24, 2017 - Monarch Watch "Milkweed for Restoration Projects"
We are thrilled (as is evident by Jesse’s dads expression) to participate in the Milkweed for Restoration Projects program of Monarch Watch. Since 2014 the Jesse Higginbotham Technology Trust has been the key steward for the Deauville Riparian Buffer Project … Continue reading Read more »
On Saturday, May 13th the Trust will once again host our annual Native Plant Sale at Dunbar High School. This will be our 8th sale and most likely our best – over time we’ve learned so much not only about … Continue reading Read more »
April 2, 2013 - Follow the Dollar
According to The Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University (via National Philanthropic Trust), 65% of households give to charity. Sixty-five percent sounds good, since, according to IRS data, less than a third (32.64%) of all tax returns filed with them … Continue reading Read more »
March 1, 2013 - Drawing with Tux Paint and spelling "Kangaroo"
Whoa…What a busy day at Mindtriggerz! One of our new clients came back for his second session on the computers. Just two more and he will have his own at home. He has mastered finding the letters on the keyboard … Continue reading Read more »