Projects and Meetings
Email the project leads to get involved!
LA CRIBA, EL SALVADOR
Rams Without Borders CSU has been working with the community of La Criba, El Salvador for the past decade. In 2016, RWB installed a water distribution tank and transmission line for the community after an earthquake left them with no way to get water. The community now has a new chlorination system for the tank and RWB is exploring erosion mitigation on the transmission line to complete the project.
Becca Schaldach: email@example.com
Zakri Siegel: firstname.lastname@example.org
PINE RIDGE, SOUTH DAKOTA
Rams Without Borders is working in Pine Ridge, South Dakota with the Lakota community to provide them with an earthship. The building is designed to be completely self-sustainable with renewable energy and a rain catchment system and will be equipped to fit the needs of the Lakota people as a community center, housing, office space, and greenhouse. Construction started on the project in 2017.
Andrew Purgiel: Andrew.Purgiel@colostate.edu
EL PITAL/LAS TABLAS, EL SALVADOR
Similar to the project in La Criba, Rams Without Borders CSU has been working with the community of El Pital and Las Tablas, El Salvador for the past couple years. Our overall plan is to install a water distribution tank and transmission line for the community to provide easy access for their community.
Hope Carlson: email@example.com
A very new project, Rams Without Borders CSU plans to renovate an ecotourism site in Bio-Itza, Guatemala. This project aims to build eco cottages, a pavilion, a water system, and a power system. The cottages will be structured to provide a fitting “camp” like feeling. The pavilion will be used for medicinal workshops. The water system involves catching rainwater, filtering it, and then storing it in 3 tanks until needed. The power system will consist of solar panels and storage batteries.
Sofia Zook: firstname.lastname@example.org
Kaitlin Farrell: Kaitlinfarrell16@gmail.com
LOCAL: FORT COLLINS
Rans Without Borders works actively in and around the Fort Collins community. RWB participates in numerous Colorado State University sponsored philanthropic projects, as well as projects with partners like Habitat for Humanity, local schools, and the FoCo Cafe, a non-profit restaurant that brings farm fresh food to anyone and everyone.
Public Outreach and Education Chair:
Katlyn Murphy: email@example.com