Hier nous etions a morne Michel pour LA distribution des plantules du café qui sont à 2nd dans le but de renforcer la production du café ,et aussi les cerises commence a change de couleur.
Vizit bwajoli ak Mon Michel Kafe yo komanse mi nou bezwen prepare Pou rekot LA anpil Bel Kafe mi , Bel pwogrè AK Zanmi Kafe ekip LA ap travay e nap bay rezilta
Echantillonnage de 10 pieds de cafe chez jean nelson pour savoir combien de cerise que possede 1 pied de cafe et combien de mamit on peut trouver et aussi LA visited sur chocogout , chez quelques fermiers ça marche bien
As I look up at the star filled sky, it continues to get harder for me to say goodbye to this place Friendships, the bond they have all given me with such grace. I have felt like my best self here Thank you, team, for being supportive so I could surmount my fears. You all… more →
Our trip is winding down and I am faced with the aching in my heart that always accompanies leaving something that you love. I have learned so much about this country and culture, photography, and myself in these past five weeks that that I can hardly imagine what going back to the States will be… more →
Today marks the last day of field work during our visit in Haiti. The occasion was celebrated in Bois Jolie with a kombit, a large feast with all of the farming families, the agronomists from CFFL, and our Sewanee group. As I sat there with my heaping plate of rice and beans, exhausted from just… more →
This last week has been the last full week here at Haiti and has been slow for me personally, but readying for the last trip which I feel fully prepared for now. Sunday evening I became pretty sick with a gut infection and as such decided to not make the journey to Bois Jolis, after… more →
In only five days, I will be leaving Haiti, and I am uncertain when I might next return. After spending a portion of my last three summers here, two spring breaks, and a planning trip this past spring, I am ending my sixth visit to this place. While it is possible that I may come… more →