OUTDOOR RECREATION TEAM
Bringing the good times to the Kalu Yala Valley
Man is most nearly himself when he achieves the seriousness of a child at play.
– Herodotus, Greek Historian
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Honey Creeper 2.0
No one can deny that sometimes when we get sucked into our own endeavors we forget about the big picture. It's an amazing to know that when I get frustrated with my project I can leave it be for a few hours and help someone else.
The Raft and Greenhouse of the Third Stint
The raft project was conceived and initiated during the third stint in the Tres Brazos valley of Panama. The entirety of a small, yet working, raft was completely built during this time. Likewise, an entire greenhouse was built by the agriculture team, and the biology team came within a hundred feet of delivering water to the base.
The Second Stint of Spring 2013
Regarding the second stint, much progress was made in the Tres Brazos jungle. The biology team completed more than half of the water system, while the outdoor recreation team renovated the Kalu Yala base and the agriculture team began planting an extensive amount of plants throughout the farm.
“Value Yourself ” … Because YOU Are “Essential”
While my Outdoor Recreation Team and I have been working very hard on the Honey Creeper Trail this past stint, I have been doing a lot of thinking while I’m trail blazing and hiking through the thick jungle greens. One night, I felt the need to journal and describe my thoughts, which is something I [...]
The “Trib”, Interviews, and Raft 2.0 of Stint Four
During the fourth stint, many accomplishments were made regarding hydrology, GIS, and sustainability. The water system was completed, and FSU lab connections were made. Furthermore, a much more perfect second raft neared its completion and new projects were envisioned by our living systems group.