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* [http://prezi.com/fnjf2fqgibkv/hsu-dominicana-program-2011/ Prezi on Practivistas Dominicana 2011]
In the summer of 2012, students returned to Santo Domingo to continue our learning and community collaboration. Students worked with community members of La Yuca to make the [[La Yuca small scale renewable energy 2012|renewable energy system from
bikeparts and newspaper press waste]] more hurricane safe and durable, and to make the [[La Yuca rainwater catchment 2012|rainwater catchment]] more potable and tested. In addition, students worked in Las Malvinas II to build a [[Las Malvinas ecoladrillo schoolroom 2012|classroom from plastic bottles, concrete, sawdust, papercrete and industrial wood waste]] for 25 young students.
* [http://www.treehugger.com/green-architecture/dominican-and-american-students-build-school-waste-products-and-concrete.html TreeHugger article on the 2012 projects]