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It's okay if you fall down and loose your spark. Just make sure that when you get back up, you rise as the whole damn fire.

It has been about twenty-nine days since I started the season in Mooi River, Kwa-Zulu Natal.

I was almost at the brink of tears and panic when I read through the responsibilities of my new job. 334 more words


I am really bad at drinking water. Our well water here is so high in iron that it smells. So when you have to carry in all your drinking water you are less likely to just chug it down.   519 more words


My summer in photos

Here’s some photos of what my Summer 2017 looked like! I’ve had a great few months, it’s been a really fun Summer, despite the lack of sun! 428 more words


Inga Alley Cropping 

Many Central American farmers still practice damaging slash-and-burn farming: slashing through rainforest and burning down patches in order to expose fertile soils to grow crops on. 588 more words


If You Build It, They Will Come: Final

It was Spring 2016 and our farm and garden routines were working out nicely.  Our goal for the year was to keep new additions to a minimum… 484 more words


Maya Mountain Research Farm

I’ve spent the last two weeks at Maya Mountain Research Farm in the Toledo District of Belize. Toledo is the least developed district in Belize. Until recently, there was only a bumpy dirt road that connected the region to the rest of the country. 886 more words


Simple Life

Putting down the phones and iPods.

Not even turning the TV all day.

Simply hanging out in your comfy clothes and picking flowers from the field! 115 more words