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Category Archives: Agriculture, Farming, and Food Security
In the summer of 2011, Jones traveled to Maharashtra, India to create a social development handbook for a non-profit called Watershed Organization Trust, which provides rural villages with the skills to sustainably develop their watersheds.
In the summer of 2011, Levitz worked at a farm in Maine that is allied with the Chewonki Foundation. The farm grows food for the affiliated summer camp and semester school students and also teaches its students about sustainable agriculture, … finish reading Tally Levitz, Biochemistry, Class of 2014:
In the summer of 2011, Barone spent time learning sustainable and self-sufficient farming in central Maine.
In the summer of 2011, Fitzgerald traveled through Peru, Bolivia, and Argentina with World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms (WWOOF).
Ilyes is the Coordinator for Project Grow, an organization for people of a wide range of mental abilities to engage in conversations and action that advocate for human rights, art, urban farming, and the pursuit of passions. Located in North … finish reading Emese Ilyes, Psychology, Class of 2009, Graduated in 2008
In the summer of 2011, Joughin interned at Zenger Farm in Southeast Portland where she developed and facilitated a curriculum for ethnically diverse middle and high school students on topics of health and food security.
In the summer of 2011, Calvert-Warren interned with the Zenger Farm summer camps in Portland.