Meadowinds, Inc. was founded by Ernest and Charlene Brannon of Moscow, Idaho in September of 2005 as a charitable organization focusing on education.

They believe that education is key to providing those in need with opportunities to advance themselves, their community and their country. Thus the aim of grants for education, schools and training programs is to provide support for local communities as they develop a program that can become self-sustaining. The Brannon's are committed to strengthening educational opportunity for the rural poor in third world countries as well interest in science education to native American tribes in rural America.

The Brannon’s desire to form this organization came from personal experience. Charlene Brannon worked as University Professor at the University of Washington and in the Travel Industry. As a University professor in Aquaculture at both the University of Washington and the University of Idaho, Ernest Brannon saw first-hand the lack of Native Americans in certain areas of science. Believing that the only way to increase interest in the scientific world in a population is by teaching science in a cultural context, his aim is to facilitate science camps for native American students as this access to education may help youth of these communities make better life choices.

Charlene Brannon’s background as a professor in the Nutrition Department at the University of Washington in Seattle led to her desire to invest in the education of third-world countries while providing sustainable sources of wholesome food to children at risk.

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