It's has been such an amazing experience to see the dance of indigenous people in the 27th Annual Monacan Indian Nation Powwow, which is taken place in Southern Virginia. We took a 2-hour drive from Scottsville to Amherst County where the majority of the Monacan people are living in Virginia. The first thing that we … Continue reading GOOD TO KNOW MORE ABOUT THE FIRST INDIGENOUS PEOPLE IN VIRGINIA
Week 3. The highlight of the week is probably the Green new deal. It was my first experience with a political movement in a bid to reduce dependency on fossil-derived fuels and make changes to economic inequality policies. The final tour took place at Howard University in D.C, and I was pleased to hear from … Continue reading the green new deal
As this fellowship, I supposedly lived only in one city during one-month placement. But I am very fortunate to have a chance to stay on the second city (Corvallis) and third city to attend "Urbanism Next Conference 2019" which held on May 7-9, 2019 in Portland. The conference theme focuses on "How Technology shapes our … Continue reading Keep Portland weird!
Being placed with a kind host is such a great blessing! Apart of engaging with Omaha Permaculture Association, which mainly to work with the team to achieve their goals daily and weekly or so, it was fortunate enough to get a chance for camping inside the park of the Nebraska. A 30 minutes drive from … Continue reading A night of camping, bring back experiences
Intercropping is multi cropping that help in diversification of crops. We were visiting the first year opening of a program called the the "Nourishing the Nurser at Newburyport hill side. Planting Flower in between Spinach and Summer yam and other crops Intercropping is a multiple cropping practice involving growing two or more crops in proximity. … Continue reading Experience the Unknown
Goodbye Texas Very early in the morning on May 3rd my supervisor kindly picked me up from my place and we made the trip north to George W. Bush International Airport. Low on sleep and high on caffeine, I turn to see this astronaut bovine planting the Lone Star Flag in what I presume to … Continue reading The Fella in Manila
My very first week working in City of Albany has gone by so fast and completed with a lot of activities as following diary: A first glance of Albany & Corvallis 29.05.2019 David gave us a tour in Albany City Hall. It was a two-storey building decorated with a lot of artworks from communities. We … Continue reading One step closer towards sustainable Albany
Calm before the run. The Bonton Farms It's about 10 minutes from the City Hall. Robert Curry (a.k.a Bob) from Urban Agriculture department brought us there, a very kind-heated man. This farm address food scarcity in this area, restore health, create jobs and help the community. They have fresh foods here, a farm, and use … Continue reading You have goat to be kidding me!
On Sunday 28th April 2019, 2nd day in City of Dallas, we were invited to the EarthX exhibition at Fair Park, which is the biggest environment event in city. How’s luckily we are! It is such a good start to know big picture of environment activities in Dallas. Fig1. EarthX2019 @Fair park, Dallas, Texas (More … Continue reading Dallas EarthX2019-Top FIVE reasons to fall in love with this event
The weather in Frankfort is unpredictable sometimes. Unfortunatelly, today the temperature flew down and wind blow the cold breeze. Moreover, our schedule is site-visiting into one of open land in the north-east of Frankfort. The location close to the Clove Bird Park, one of protected area here where you can many different types birds, mamals, … Continue reading I found Fossil on Frankfort!