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Daily Archives: April 10, 2018

RPCVS’ TREE MEMORIALS OF KATE JEANS-GAIL AND TOM TOLEN

Letter from HAF’s President to former Peace Corps Volunteers of Morocco I am writing to you from Mohammedia where the High Atlas Foundation created in partnership with Hassan II University the Center for Community Consensus-Building and Sustainable Development.  From here we manage the different field projects of HAF and conduct participatory training workshops with students, local

HAF PLANTS THIS SEASON 120,000 FRUIT SEEDS AND SAPLINGS AND COUNTING

This effort is in loving memory of Kate Jeans-Gail, a former Peace Corps Volunteer.  This initiative is a model for Morocco because most the saplings for these nurseries come from fruit trees from earlier HAF tree distributions, which means that local people can replenish their own orchards without any additional purchases.  Our next goal is to

HAF’S PICTURE-PERFECT EAT.DRINK.SHARE IN DC

A picture-perfect Sunday morning welcomed HAF’s March Eat-Drink-Share, set in Washington, D.C. at Georgetown’s Puro Cafe.  A delicious brunch united ten Americans and their shared passion for Morocco.  Several returned Peace Corps Volunteers working in D.C., and one person en route to live and work in Morocco expressed interest to get involved in helping HAF

CELEBRATING PEACE CORPS’ 50TH ANNIVERSARY AND HAF’S CONNECTION

In recognition of the Peace Corps’ 50th anniversary and the founders of the High Atlas Foundation being predominantly former volunteers of the environment sector of Peace Corps Morocco, here is a wonderful piece from Dawn Hamil that captures the essence our love for Morocco and for our desire to remain in service to the people of this