Isabelle giving the members of the garden team her attention
Dona Odila praising Jenny’s “DIRTy” strength
Rowin’ our way downstream, paddlin’ fast, sting rays pass, and we’re oca bound.
At the fish farm. The fish’s smile blows Carlos’ out of the water.
We were able to pull some honey from the hives and taste it. The honey here has a liquid consistency, and the bees don’t sting! It is a perfect combination.
How many treks have you made to your oca today?
Jessie wishing our friends a safe trip back to São Paulo
Today we took a trip to the fish farm. In the river there are multiple fish cages that supply the community with hundreds (even thousands) of nutritious and delicious fish!
Marlina extracting honey from the honey pots at the bee farm with a syringe.
Jules, Daniel, Cooper, and Jesse drawing potential blueprints for our next big project: the chicken coop!
A view from a few of our host’s homes. One of the many beautiful sights we see on the path we take to a worksite.
Our new friends Jamie and David actively listening to our community meeting
Auvaír’s multiple hives—the honey has a slight lemony, tangy taste. It was absolutely delicious!
Auvaír, one of the bee keepers of Anã, pulls some honey from a beehive. These hives support the community and his family!
Boys will be boys (Aldaír, Matt, Diorlando, Carlos, and Zé).