Monthly Archives: April 2013

Spring Break: Student Exchange

Jonathan Salazar explains how a clinometer uses trigonometry to measure the height of a tree from the ground at a set distance away from the tree.

Over spring break, a portion of the Outreach Program trip came to Cange to work with Dr. McGrath, Johnathan Salazar, and I. One of the primary goals of this project is to facilitate student educational opportunities surrounding offset generation, and this trip piloting an educational partnership between Sewanee and the Centre de Formation Fritz LaFontant… more →

Spring Break and PES Project Goals

Maxo, Keri, Deborah and Bosque at CFFL

After a long but action-packed break from blogging, I am returning with a lot of news of progress made since my last post. As a recap, a team at Sewanee, including Dr. Deborah McGrath, myself (Keri Bryan), and Jonathan Salazar, are working together with our long-term collaborators in Haiti, Zamni Agrikol (ZA, a sister organization of Partners… more →