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This category is for [[Humboldt State University]]'s 2010 summer immersion in Appropriate Technology and Spanish Language & Culture taking place in San Cristóbal de las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico. You can see more [[HSU Chiapas program details|program details here]], view the 2010 projects below or see all the pages pertaining to the HSU Chiapas Program at the bottom of this category.
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This category is for [[Humboldt State University]]'s 2010 summer immersion in Appropriate Technology and Spanish Language & Culture taking place in San Cristóbal de las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico. In 2010, we worked with Otros Mundos and various community members in San Cristobal de las Casas and near Acteal to collaboratively build three improved cookstoves, three rainwater catchment systems, windbelt prototypes, microhydro power feasibility studies, and a biogas digestor.
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You can see more [[HSU Chiapas program details|program details here]], view the 2010 projects below or see all the pages pertaining to the HSU Chiapas Program at the bottom of this category.
  
 
==Summer 2010 Projects==
 
==Summer 2010 Projects==

Revision as of 04:17, 17 January 2012

This category is for Humboldt State University's 2010 summer immersion in Appropriate Technology and Spanish Language & Culture taking place in San Cristóbal de las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico. In 2010, we worked with Otros Mundos and various community members in San Cristobal de las Casas and near Acteal to collaboratively build three improved cookstoves, three rainwater catchment systems, windbelt prototypes, microhydro power feasibility studies, and a biogas digestor.

You can see more program details here, view the 2010 projects below or see all the pages pertaining to the HSU Chiapas Program at the bottom of this category.

Summer 2010 Projects

Partners

Formal and informal project partner organizations include: