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Local Management of Natural Resources

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Coming to the Bajo Lempa last January as part of Team El Salvador allowed me to see the commitment of the communities in the region to promoting a sustainable Read the Rest… Continue reading

Back in the Bajo Lempa

Categories: Blog, conservation, development, environment, Team El Salvador

I made it BACK to El Salvador!  I arrived at the airport in San Salvador last night at 12:30 pm.  However, I didn’t get much rest as I Read the Rest… Continue reading

The state of the shrimp farming sector in El Salvador

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In the last couple of months, many people have asked me to describe the shrimp farming industry in El Salvador. As awareness of the environmental costs of intensive Read the Rest… Continue reading

Now Accepting Applicants for 2013-2014 Leadership Positions

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Team El Salvador now accepting applications for 2013-2014 Leadership Positions!! Please send resume and cover letter to teamelsalvadormiis@gmail.com by Friday, March, 15th. TES provides a unique, professional opportunity for Read the Rest… Continue reading

Attempted rhythm

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“I have got to learn how to dance when I get back to the states,” is what I told myself last Thursday night, which turned out to be Read the Rest… Continue reading

Amenities

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You may know that while visiting El Salvador, you might be lacking some amenities that would have made you feel more at home. Well, what you may not Read the Rest… Continue reading

Poverty and Creativity- A Direct Relationship?

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One of the things that most pleasantly surprised me again and again throughout our time in the Bajo Lempo was the observation that the less people had, the Read the Rest… Continue reading

A History in Color

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From a distance, the mural in the church of Ciudad Romero is so colorful that it leaves no hint of the suffering that its story portrays. But at Read the Rest… Continue reading

Hammock Culture

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[Originally written on 1/16/2013] How do people from the US spend their time? As a US citizen traveling abroad, I am always curious about how we are perceived, Read the Rest… Continue reading

Impressed by Interpretation

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Just about everyone has experienced the frustration of trying to communicate with someone of a different language; the confusion between interpretations, the embarrassment of accidentally saying something one Read the Rest… Continue reading