The interns are ready for CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) Day!
Intern Kaiolani and AmeriCorps volunteer Alicia help alpaca manager Tracy with herd maintenance. Sign reads, “Alpaca Lovers’ Parking…Violators will be spit on!”
Intern Kaiolani Siregar takes the wheel of the Kubota, the UTV used to travel between pastures and haul manure for White Violet’s rich compost
Brandon, Claire and Jackie hard at work among baby pepper plants
Intern Jackie places pepper plants before transplanting
Intern Claire introduces these pepper plants to their new home
New interns Maggie Hoglund, Jackie Schwenk and Claire Thelen take a break from harvesting for a quick photo-op in the garden.
Interns Maggie, Jackie and Claire soak up some sun with garden manager Candace and garden staff Ann and Brandon
White Violet Center staff and volunteers show off their berry harvest
Sister Tracey Horan
Sister Tracey Horan is a Sister of Providence in formation. She professed first vows in 2017. She is a former intern at White Violet Center for Eco-Justice, a ministry of the Sisters of Providence. She currently ministers as education coordinator at the Kino Border Initiative/Iniciativa Kino para la Frontera where she works with an education team to coordinate and host individuals and groups for immersions to the U.S./Mexico border in order to engage participants on the current reality of migration.
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