Resource Magazine September/October 2013 : Page 19

SHADE GROWN COFFEE with COFFEE BLOSSOMS (inset) M a tt h e w D e K a m , AMEC Power & Process, Minneapolis, Minn., USA “As an engineer with AMEC—a focused supplier of consultancy, engineering, and project management services to the world's oil and gas, mining, clean energy, environment, and infrastructure markets—I took these photos (above) high in the mountains near Comayagua, Honduras, while working with a group of coffee farmers to evaluate their coffee farms for sustainability certification. While working with farmers in the department of Olancho, Honduras, Central America, a variety of papaya from Columbia obtained from the National Agricultural University of Honduras was introduced (below right). ONE OF NATURE’S PROFITABLE RELATIONSHIPS F r e d d i e L a m m , Research Agricultural Engineer, Kansas State University Northwest Research Extension Center, Colby, Kan., USA “A bee pollinating a flower in Beijing, China—nature’s perfect work.” RAUL ALEMAN’S PAPAYAS M a t t h e w D e K a m RESOURCE September/October 2013 19

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