Five students from Universidad Centroamericana José Simeón Cañas of El Salvador won an internship at EARTH University. Adriana García, Alberto Rivera, Melissa Ruíz, Daysi Calderón and Fabiola Ventura got together two years ago to participate in a project called Regional Integration, University and Sustainable Development in Central America (known as IRUDESCA in the Spanish-speaking world). […]
On July 23, EARTH University’s Precision Agriculture Center held an event for the farmers benefitting from its technical trainings and support. The Center – located on EARTH’s La Flor campus in Liberia, Guanacaste – revealed the results observed from the introduction of precision agriculture in the region. Precision ag involves the methodical application of inputs (i.e., the […]
The urban garden-promoting Dirt to Power Initiative was named a winner in the Ford College Community Challenge, a contest sponsored by the Ford Motor Co. The project was awarded for its potential to greatly improve the quality of life for the world’s poor. The duo behind it – EARTH graduates Blessing Chukwuaja and Victoria Adelye (’17, Nigeria) – […]
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EARTH University, the Costa Rican Electricity Institute (ICE) and the Tortuguero Conservation Area have collaborated for the better part of two years to oversee the creation of a biological corridor in Caribbean Costa Rica. Officially named Corredor Biológico Río Parismina, the new corridor – nicknamed “ruta del pez bobo”, or route of the bobo fish […]