Kevin L Cronk

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(Kevin L Cronk, Peace Corps, Honduras, 1991-93, Aquaculture Extensionist)
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Kevin L. Cronk <BR>
 
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Country=    Honduras <BR>
 
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Years=      1991-1993 <BR>
 
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Site=        Morazán, Yoro <BR>
 
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Sector=      Fishculture <BR> <BR>
 
Promoted aquaculture as a means of sustainable development and provided technical assistance for ~15 projects (including group projects). Coordinated and carried out outreach activities including formal lectures and field trips designed to train farmers in the technical aspects of aquaculture. Administered two USAID projects for education and pond system expansion. Additionally, promoted watershed management and helped establish a local watershed protection organization: AECOPIJOL (Asociacíon Ecológico de Pico Pijól).
Promoted aquaculture as a means of sustainable development and provided technical assistance for ~15 projects (including group projects). Coordinated and carried out outreach activities including formal lectures and field trips designed to train farmers in the technical aspects of aquaculture. Administered two USAID projects for education and pond system expansion. Additionally, promoted watershed management and helped establish a local watershed protection organization: AECOPIJOL (Asociacíon Ecológico de Pico Pijól).
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Revision as of 14:45, 24 March 2008


VOLUNTEER INFO


Volunteer:

Kevin L. Cronk

Country:

Honduras (1991-1993)

Primary-Site:

Morazán, Yoro

Sector/Work:

Fishculture

Promoted aquaculture as a means of sustainable development and provided technical assistance for ~15 projects (including group projects). Coordinated and carried out outreach activities including formal lectures and field trips designed to train farmers in the technical aspects of aquaculture. Administered two USAID projects for education and pond system expansion. Additionally, promoted watershed management and helped establish a local watershed protection organization: AECOPIJOL (Asociacíon Ecológico de Pico Pijól).

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