There was more mud today!

Amizade volunteer Chelsea Watts is in Puerto Rico learning about the rebuilding efforts after Hurricane Maria and helping to restore the mangrove wetlands.

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Amizade’s March Madness

           1. APPALACHIA: In March, around 50 participants worked with Sustainable Williamson to build replicable strategies…

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Getting Ready for Jamaica

As I sit with five other members of the Amizade Jamaica Spring Break group the night before we are supposed to leave, a mix of feelings are surrounds us all. We are nervous, apprehensive, excited, exhausted, scared, and happy. We don’t know what to expect, but we all realize that this is going to be an experience that we will never forget.

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The More You Stare, The More You See

One night over spring break this year, I was lying on the hood of a car in Tuba City, Arizona, in the Navajo Nation Native American reservation. Gazing up at the stars above, unobstructed by trees or buildings, I reflected on my week with new friends doing the same by my side. The stillness and peace was broken seconds later as one of our friends proclaimed, “the more you stare, the more you see.”

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