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|Volunteer=   David Phil Turnipseed
|yearservicestarted=1989
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|Country=     Ecuador
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|Years=       1977-1979
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|Group=       Smithsonian Institution
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|Site=       Cuenca
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|Sector=     Forest Engineer/Exotic Species Trials/Azuay, Cañar, and Morona Santiago Provinces
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David Frothingham was a Peace Corps volunteer in Democratic Republic of Congo (when it was called Zaire) from July, 1989 until November, 1991. He was a water and sanitation coordinator in the village of Mokala, Zone de Sante Mokala, in the Bandundu regionWork focused on the construction of simple drinking water protection systems for naturally occuring artesian springsConstruction work was predicated on active community involvement and accompanied by theatrical demonstrations on the importance of clean water. Oyez.
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READ ME: I worked with another volunteer (Albert B. Kopf) on a 8 year old exotic tree species project centered in Cuenca, Ecuador and sponsored by the Smithsonian Institution in cooperation with the Peace Corps.  We, researched seed stock, procured seed from around the world, managed the nursery growth of potted tree seedlings, planted new plots, and measured up to 8-year old tree plots in a project to research alternative tree species that could be used to help commercially reforest the very deforested Andes Mountains of the southern sierra and serve as alternative tree species to the two principal commercial tree species grown in the tropical world (i.e.,''pinus radiata'' and ''eucalyptus globulus'')We supervised up to 15 man crews in this reforestation project in southern sierra of Andes Mountains in EcuadorWe continued the R&D of this 8-year ongoing exotic and native tree species experimental plots in various climates through mountains and into foothills of the Amazon Basin in the Provinces of Azuay, Cañar, and Morona Santiago. We published 2 non-refereed final reports to the cooperating and interactive agencies (i.e. USAID, FAO, CARE, Host-country development agencies). We also worked to access funds through grants for community projects such as nurseries, potable water, and bridge construction in the pueblos surrounding the metropolitan Cuenca area.
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Turnipseed, D.P., and Kopf, A.B., 1979, La Suma de la Fase II de los Ensayos Exoticos
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    en las Provincias del Azuay, Canar, y Morona Santiago (1976-1979), CREA/U.S.
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    Peace Corp. Forestry Investigations Program, Cuenca, Ecuador, S.A., Final Report,
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    October 1979.
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Turnipseed, D.P., and Kopf, A.B., 1978, La Conclusion de los Datos del Cuerpo de Paz de
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    las Especies Exoticas en las Provincias del Azuay y Canar:  Los Ensayos de la Fase I
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      (1968-1978), CREA/U.S. Peace Corp. Forestry Investigations Program, Cuenca,
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    Ecuador, S.A., Final Report, November 1978.
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READ ME: I worked with another volunteer (Albert B. Kopf) on a 8 year old exotic tree species project centered in Cuenca, Ecuador and sponsored by the Smithsonian Institution in cooperation with the Peace Corps. We, researched seed stock, procured seed from around the world, managed the nursery growth of potted tree seedlings, planted new plots, and measured up to 8-year old tree plots in a project to research alternative tree species that could be used to help commercially reforest the very deforested Andes Mountains of the southern sierra and serve as alternative tree species to the two principal commercial tree species grown in the tropical world (i.e.,pinus radiata and eucalyptus globulus). We supervised up to 15 man crews in this reforestation project in southern sierra of Andes Mountains in Ecuador. We continued the R&D of this 8-year ongoing exotic and native tree species experimental plots in various climates through mountains and into foothills of the Amazon Basin in the Provinces of Azuay, Cañar, and Morona Santiago. We published 2 non-refereed final reports to the cooperating and interactive agencies (i.e. USAID, FAO, CARE, Host-country development agencies). We also worked to access funds through grants for community projects such as nurseries, potable water, and bridge construction in the pueblos surrounding the metropolitan Cuenca area.

Bibliography:

Turnipseed, D.P., and Kopf, A.B., 1979, La Suma de la Fase II de los Ensayos Exoticos

    en las Provincias del Azuay, Canar, y Morona Santiago (1976-1979), CREA/U.S. 
    Peace Corp. Forestry Investigations Program, Cuenca, Ecuador, S.A., Final Report, 
    October 1979.

Turnipseed, D.P., and Kopf, A.B., 1978, La Conclusion de los Datos del Cuerpo de Paz de

    las Especies Exoticas en las Provincias del Azuay y Canar:  Los Ensayos de la Fase I 
     (1968-1978), CREA/U.S. Peace Corp. Forestry Investigations Program, Cuenca, 
    Ecuador, S.A., Final Report, November 1978.