We sadly said goodbye to 2015-2016 Princeton in Africa volunteer Martha Beirut with a special lunch for our Ugandan staff. Martha, who worked on many aspects of the project including conservation education, as well as coordinating regular farm reports for us is on her way to Ethiopia as a field assistant on a Gelada Baboon […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
A music, dance and drama competition at Kasiisi Primary School shows the emphasis being put on the importance of nutrition.Continue Reading... No Comments.
David has built a passion fruit trellis with a water capturing system behind our Guest House. He’s also seeded inside the trellis with shade preferring Swiss chard. The idea is to get two crops in one plot and if successful, it might be expanded.Continue Reading... No Comments.
Matoke (bananas) is continuing to grow well, as is our still happy and healthy farm dog, Police. And marigolds have been planted, not just for their beauty, but to be a possible second source of food for the chickens, as they are nutritious and should deepen the colour of the egg yolks. This is Peace Corps David’s […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Land near the river is now being flattened with a view to building a simple campsite where we hope to welcome visitors from the local area as well as abroad.Continue Reading... No Comments.
These photos show the large storage tanks, the generator house (now complete), a water distribution point, the waterline to the tanks, the well head, and the well in action.Continue Reading... No Comments.