2005-06 Club Project: Honduras Engineers Without Borders
“We will focus our efforts on building and updating low-impact, ecologically sound hiking trails for tourist access to Pico Bonito National Park in Honduras,” said Matthew Sutton, a junior studying Environmental Resources and Forest Engineering.
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Eight students, seven from ESF and one from Syracuse University, went to Honduras, December 29, 2005 through January 16, 2006. Together, they built and updated low-impact, ecologically sound hiking trails for tourist access to Pico Bonito National Park. Read more!
EWB Students in Honduras
- ESF-Environmental Resources & Forest Engineering
- ESF-Landscape Architecture
- ESF-Environmental & Forest Biology
Kristy Davila Lazo
- Syracuse University
- CBS 5 News WTVH-TV post-trip interview Video
- Hear the interview of Dan Flynn and Ron Sanzo by Jim Reither on WSYR radio
- Images from the project (PDF)
- Pico Bonito Log
Rain, rocks, and rough rides. Read the log.
- CBS 5 News WTVH-TV Video
See an interview with two EWB participants
- Engineers Without Borders work over winter break: Students help blaze a trail to promote eco-tourism in Honduras