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Hero Shadowing

I chose to follow Joseph Kimojino, who is part of the Mara Triangle project in Kenya. He lives on a wildlife preservation in Kenya and this is what the groups goals and achievements are:

  1. A clamp down on poaching in the Mara Triangle and the surrounding area.
  2. Improving infrastructure by grading a network of roads within the Triangle, as well as access roads to camps and lodges outside of the Triangle.
  3. Maintain a network of secondary roads and tracks to improve…
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Posted on April 14, 2010 at 5:35pm — 1 Comment

Imagining My Future

In 10 years, I will be 31 years old somewhere in the United States. I will be working with animals, preferably large livestock animals and using them for my own use sustainably. I can also teach others how to do this in the best way for them. I will be trying to educate people on how to reduce the demand of fast, cheap quality meat in this country, because it is not only unhealthy, but it is also economically a loss. Animals are stressed before slaughter, which leads to poor carca**** that…

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Posted on April 14, 2010 at 5:30pm

Innovation Secret

My favorite secret was Paul Polak's "Think like a child - children have no limit in their thinking". It is such a true statement that everyone should be able to use. If there is no limit in our thinking, there is no limit to our actions and no boundaries to what we can accomplish. It's funny to me that it is something so simple and so easily done and yet we never really think to do it.

Posted on April 14, 2010 at 5:00pm

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