Hamidou Horticulture is an enterprise which produces and sells ancient and international-native agricultural products such as plants and seedlings. Hamidou Horticulture has a mission to produce, in an ecologically responsible manner, products that many immigrants in Montréal may not have access to. The enterprise also aims to teach how to grow and consume ethnically diverse foods as well as its importance in a multi-cultural city such as Montréal. Hamidou Horticulture looks to reach a larger population, more specifically marginalized populations who have difficulty accessing the produce needed by implementing a vegetable basket project. The vegetable basket is important because it could contribute to lowering food insecurity by providing healthy and fresh, as well as international and ancient vegetables that are often hard to access in the region of Montreal. By introducing such vegetable plants to the region, it will increase the biodiversity of plants as well as other dependent organisms. Additionally, through this process, it increases carbon dioxide re-uptake and reduces greenhouse gas emissions by lowering the transportation and packaging of vegetables that are most often imported.