Meet the Eco Kids 2011

The Eco-Kids Camp 2011 was comprised of 24 children from all over Belize who received a chance to visit Chaa Creek for an entire week to learn about Belize’s Biodiversity, The Ancient MayaMaya Traditional Healing, Land Conservation, Solid Waste Management, Responsible Tourism, and Belize Wildlife.  Everyday was packed with adventures which not only allowed the kids to have fun but to also learn how they could contribute positively to Belize and our environment.  Needless to say, we can surely pledge that Belize will have a better future which these bright youngsters from every single district.  Allow us to introduce them!

Kory Gillet - Ladyville, Belize
Stephanie Ruiz - Belmopan, Cayo
Jaron Pakeman - St Paul's Village, Belize
Brittney Garcia - Yo Creek, Orange Walk
Elias Alamina - Belize City, Belize
Zehyr Nesbitt - Barranco, Toledo
Abel Blanco - Yo Creek, Orange Walk
Kaitlynne Haylock - Belize City, Belize
Alex Atkinson - San Pedro Columbia, Toledo
Chloe Auil - Ladyville, Belize
Sundiata Forbes Hendy - Belize City, Belize
Stacey Grange - Paraiso, Corozal
Emil Bradley Jr - San Ignacio, Cayo
Crystal Cal - Yo Creek, Orange Walk
Giovanni Pinelo - Benque Viejo del Carmen, Cayo
Esperanza Nesbitt - Barranco, Toledo
Tyrell Pronk - Hopkins Village, Stann Creek
Lonzelle Sherrard - Georgeville, Cayo
Richard Coc - Maya Mopan, Stann Creek
Cindy Lu - Corozal Town, Corozal
Wayne Arnold - Burrel Boom, Belize
Andrea Gutierez - San Ignacio, Cayo
Kevin Levy - Corozal Town, Corozal
Shaneli Pop - Santa Elena, Cayo


Read about the entire Eco-Kids Camp 2011!

Saturday July 23, 2011 Chaa Creek’s Eco Kids Camp 2011 commences

Sunday July 24, 2011 Eco Kids learn about Belize’s Biodiversity and Conservation

Monday July 25, 2011 Ancient Maya lessons at Chaa Creek, Belize

Tuesday July 26, 2011 Eco Journal – Maya Traditional Healing

Wednesday July 27, 2011 Photoblog: Eco Kids visit Chaa Creek’s Maya Organic Farm

Thursday July 28, 2011 Eco Solutions for Belize: REDUCE, REUSE and RECYCLE!

Friday July 29, 2011 Responsible Tourism in Belize: Chaa Creek’s Ecotourism Model

Saturday July 30, 2011 Guidelines to Protect Belize’s Wildlife

Sunday July 31, 2011 24 Belize Eco-Ambassadors Graduate

*If you know anyone of these kids, let us know by leaving your comments below! Thanks

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2 thoughts on “Meet the Eco Kids 2011

  1. Hello to all the Holy Redeemer Children! Jaron, Elias, Kory, Chloe, Kaitlynne. Kaitlynne says hello to all her camp friends. You can email her using her Mom’s email address. She will send you her own address soon.

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