Trinidad Conservation Project

by Collie Agle Roy will be here in Washington between November 10th and November 21th. Roy is an old and dear friend of many of us. While he is here, he...

by Ryan LeMier What would you do if you found out that your main source of income to put food on the table for your kids had just fallen through for...

By Betsy Agle By the end of June 2016 there had been thirty-three training sessions led by an “expert” (Roy Lara or another NGO staff). Those led to more than twenty...

by Betsy Agle Ángel Amaya Aleman has turned from a skeptic to an enthusiast about sustainable agricultural practices. In 2008 he decided not to participate in the TCP program but when...

  by Collie Agle Four of us (Betsy and I, and Mary Procter and Bill Matuszeski) went to Honduras in the early part of March to spend time with villagers in...

  by Mary Procter One of the strongest principles of Vecinos Honduras (our TCP partner) is that outsiders can bring new knowledge of health or agriculture to a community but the...

  By Betsy Agle Drought over past several years is causing a national emergency in Honduras. The drought is caused by climate change, possibly aggravated by El Niño. Without rains in...