Community garden program in Philadelphia at Bartrams Garden. 40 acres of heritage plants in the middle of a population of over 12 million.
Pensilvania produces over 60% of the US mushroom, working 364 days a year.
Limestone Springs trout farm, wiped out from floods last year and potentially is strife with cyclone Sandy next week.
Capitol Hill on lights tour of Washington.
Scholars on the road
Scholars visiting some locals.
Gettysburg, American Civil War, canvass painting depicting battle days 1-3 and weighing over 7 tonnes.
Some innovative wine packaging by local winery owned by 4 doctors?
Our GFP comes to a close, lessons learnt are many, friends made are for a life time, the travel bug has been feed and the opportunities are plenty. Hopefully over the past few weeks I have been able to share some of the amazing experiences I have been privileged to be present at and I look forward to the challenge of completing the scholarship program in the next 6 months.
Thank you fellow scholars Brenda, Shane, Mike, Sandra, Linda, Mark, Jemma, Rob and Ewan, friends for life.
Cheers Jim, Nicola and Chontell a fantastic program.
Thank you Wynns, GWRDC, Allen, Scott, Ben, Tristan, Jake, Rex, Trace, Nicole, Ben and the crew for holding the ship
To Suse, Georgie, Lucy, Jack, Mum, Joan and family, my sincere thank you for your support and help.
Non of these opportunities would have been possible with out all of your efforts. Thank you.