I learned so much about the world's 2nd youngest country when hosting Marcos in Newburyport, MA this spring. I am really excited to learn more about this fascinating country, its people, resources --- and waste management and community gardening. Marcos and I were working on waste reduction and diversion ideas when the discussion led us … Continue reading Looking forward to Timor-Leste!
Francis and I traveled from Manila to Occidental Mindoro on May 14th. The original plan was to divide our four days in Mindoro into two: mountains and sea. The mountain excursion had to be cancelled to due unforeseen conditions. Francis told me that meant we would have four days on the beach. I don't think … Continue reading Divin’ in Sablayan
As sad as it is, my saga of Omaha Permaculture has abruptly ended. Although it was not without warning, I still find myself ill-prepared for the moment. Goodbyes are just not my thing, but needless to say it was unavoidable and I did them with all my heart. Nebraska, you will be missed sorely and … Continue reading Dusk and Dawn
Have you ever been to the city of Cedar Hill, I bet most of you have never been. The city of Cedar Hill is located south of the city of Dallas, part of DFW-metroplex. An area consisting of several cities with the City of Dallas and Fort Worth as the main city. If you go … Continue reading Waste Management in The City of Cedar Hill, Texas. Good or not good?
After 5 weeks being located in Washington DC and Omaha, Nebraska, USA I have found something truly interesting, I would conclude in 7 things below: Yes! it is first time is the US. I have heard the name of the country when I was very young. What I know more about the US before joining … Continue reading 7 things surprising me in the US!
I was positioned in Harris County Public Health, Houston Texas for 4 weeks for my fellowship, every single day I learned a lot about public health over there especially with Office of Science and Surveillance, Surveillance and Epidemiology Unit (OSST-SEU). The specific schedule as; 1st week visiting difference departments, 2nd and 3rd week attending online … Continue reading Last day at host community
Bourbon & Water under the bulb This is a knowledgeable trip, we visited to the place of Buffalo Track Bourbon Whiskey production and had a chance to taste and observed about the historic factories. They are using the water of Kentucky River and creeks surrounding of the forest in order to create Bourbon because there … Continue reading Kentucky, Bourbon & Birthplaces
Every Wednesday, we have a video call for Vegetables Group. In this call there are researchers at the university like Dan and Zack, then we have MSU extension person line Ben and Marissa and growers/farmers/Industry people. So the will start with the weather forecast for Michigan and the prediction of the weather and temperature. Then … Continue reading LEARN AND PLAY
Play Smart! Related with the trees one of our friends who is working for Parks & Recreation Department told us “The parks are maintained as the real environments, likewise they made a lot of income”. This is amazing subject to learn from him and I have to make sure to do share this information to … Continue reading Visionary Green Investments
Here's what happened. (Scroll through the bottom for the GoT reference) FCC Recycling Processing Audit FCC officially commenced operations at the plant Jan. 2, 2017, receiving single-stream material from the city of Dallas as well as from the city of University Park, Texas, which in November 2016 awarded FCC a five-year service contract for the … Continue reading GoT; Game of Time⚔️🐉