Sam Gray Boulder - Ecotourism Project

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Sam Gray of Boulder is in the midst of a two-year commitment to the people of a fishing village in the Dominican Republic. As a member of the Peace Corps, he is assisting with a community-based ecotourism project on the Scientific Reserve of Laguna Limon.

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Sam Gray Boulder - Ecotourism Project Sam Gray of Boulder is an ambitious young man who graduated from the University of Colorado in Boulder in the spring of 2013. He is currently a member of the Peace Corps, and living in the Dominican Republic. He is part of an ecotourism project in a remote fishing village near the town of Los Guineos. The project was started by local fishermen, who take tourists on guided tours of the unique ecosystem of the Laguna Limon.

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Sam Gray Boulder - A Community-Based Project Sam Gray of Boulder is a graduate of the University of Colorado. He is using his education as a volunteer with the Peace Corps. He received a two-year assignment to an ecotourism project in the Dominican Republic. The project is called Kayak Limon, and is a community-based project started by local fisherman on Laguna Limon. He is thrilled to be associated with the project. More information about it can be found at http://kayaklimon.wordpress.com .

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Sam Gray Boulder - CU Grad Sam Gray Boulder is a graduate of the University of Colorado in Boulder. He says the University of Colorado in Boulder, known as CU, is the flagship university of the University of Colorado system. After completing his studies and getting his degrees in the spring of 2013, he joined the Peace Corps and is in the midst of a two-year commitment to an ecotourism project in the Dominican Republic.

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Sam Gray Boulder - Laguna Limon Sam Gray of Boulder joined the Peace Corps not long after graduating from the University of Colorado in the spring of 2013. He is currently living in the Dominican Republic, where he is involved in an ecotourism project. Local fisherman on the Scientific Reserve of Laguna Limon take tourists on guided tours through the lagoon, which is home to many unique species of flora and fauna.

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