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Interns Practice Preservation at Woodlawn

By Aislinn Keely

At the close of August, 16 interns graduated from this summer’s nine week long Woodlawn Conservancy Summer Preservation Training Program. The program, established in 2015, is designed to equip young men and women in the community surrounding Woodlawn Cemetery with masonry skills for further employment through much needed preservation work on the Conservancy’s historical monuments, according to a press release from the Conservancy. 751 more words


Westgate Conservancy - A Conservation Conversation

Conservation can be a really boring subject. Depending on how it’s presented on a scale of 1-10 some might rate it ‘watching Olympic golf’. Now most of us like the… 1,483 more words

Northern Kenya

A Snapshot in Conservation 

“What is life? It is the flash of a firefly in the night. It is the breath of a buffalo in the winter time. It is the little shadow which runs across the grass and loses itself in the sunset.” 962 more words


A picture A day - 4

The BBMP (Bruhat Bangalore Mahanagara Palike) employs conservancy workers in the Bangalore city of India.

Srinivas is one such, among the uncountable numbers who suffer through the same problems but are too uneducated to demand their rights. 144 more words



I feel like we are sooooo lucky to live by the ocean! I have no idea what the percentage is of people who live near the water, but I feel like it might be pretty low. 305 more words

Nakuprat - Gotu Conservancy - Northern Kenya (Part 1)

“Let’s do something big”. Those four innocuous words uttered six months before this trip slowly snowballs into what turns out to be a 10-ten day monstrosity, spanning a total of 1,500km through some of Kenya’s least visited but most beautiful desert landscapes. 896 more words

Northern Kenya

Fighting For A Voice

Pembroke residents form task force for town planning

“This is history in the making,” said Olivet Nazarene University senior Katie Reed. Invested in the success of Pembroke Township, an impoverished town just 23 miles away from Olivet, Reed is rooting for Pembroke residents taking ownership of their land. 737 more words