Mongolia 2010


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In 2010 the Heritable Innovation Trust program expanded to Mongolia. Ken Dabkowski and David Martin spent three weeks during the summer laying the groundwork for the H.I.T. program. Upon the invitation from Tsend Enkhtuya and the Mongolia National Business Incubator Federation (MNBIF), three communities were introduced to the trust; the South Gobi Desert, the Arkhangai Aimag, and the capital city of Ulaanbaatar. Martin and Dabkowski spent time with camel, horse, and yak herders, agriculturalists, and felters among many others. All together 13 items were added to the trust document.

Team Members

Ken Dabkowski
David Martin

Trust Items (must be logged in to view)

Baby-Integrated Animal Milking Processes (Camel, Yak, and Horse)
Camel Wool Rope
Cooking with River Stones
Curved Pan Ger Stove
Felt Making
Gers
Nermel Arhi
Planting Saksaul Trees in the Gobi Desert
Shar tos (Yak Milk Yellow Oil) and Khailmag (Roux)
Sohor Khar
Vodka Salutation
Yak Milk Fat Separation
Yak Yogurt Production