2017 Intern Blog Series: Week 5

2017 Intern Blog Series: Week 5

Friday, June 23, 2017

Out of gas, but still going strong Hello again! This week, we were in the office on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, so we won’t bore you with stories of staring at our computers! Tuesday and Thursday, however, were filled with adventure, so we hope you enjoy hearing about week five (WOW, have we already been … Read More

2017 Intern Blog Series: Week 4

Friday, June 16, 2017

On the road again On Monday, we attended a teacher training on Florida International University’s campus with Jen Diaz. It was fascinating to watch the teachers engage with the activities, from building the KOE system out of play-doh, to slithering around in a gator hole. It was surprising that not many teachers knew much about … Read More

2017 Intern Blog Series: Week 3

Thursday, June 8, 2017

The Everglades: a uniquely human story. Friday, June 2, 2017 Today was a rainy day. We drove way out west to meet with Gene Dunkin, the water resources director for the Miccosukee Tribe. He explained the water quality and quantity problems surrounding the tribe, the Everglades and Big Cypress. After our meeting, the rain let … Read More

2017 Intern Blog Series: Week 2

Thursday, June 1, 2017

Love the outdoors and preach that love to everyone you know. We have made it through our second week here in crazy Miami. Since we last wrote, we have done what feels like a million things: explored alligator holes, visited with Nancy Marshall again, and listened to countless amazing people from all different backgrounds speak … Read More