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Bill D. Baedke
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|Bill Baedke started in Bolivia 1968|
|Bill Baedke, Taylor Hackford, Randall E. Trudelle|
|Region: La Paz|
|Bill Baedke, Matt Sholler, Averill Strasser|
|Agriculture in Bolivia:|
|Bill Baedke, Robert Ballew, Dana Blakeslee, David Fabricant, Jeffrey Horton, Bolivia volunteers, Volunteers who served in Bolivia|
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|Bill Baedke, Robert Ballew, Erica Barajas, Mark Barajas, Jon Bjornstad, Luann Bjornstad, Dana Blakeslee, Donald Charles Bullock, Joy Darling, Don Dilworth, David Fabricant, Mike Fogg, Taylor Hackford, Michael H. Hirsh, Jeffrey Horton … further results|
|Projects in Bolivia
|Beekeeping in the Heart of the Andes Boliva, El Carmen Library, Las Carreras School Library, Multi-Sport Area, Nuevo Mundo Playground, Pampa Grande Library, Pucara Library, Redencion Pampa High School Orchard, San Andres Educational Resource Center, School Library, Tasa Pampa Bathrooms - Improving Health|
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At the Agricultural Station near Patacamaya, Lucho had started about 12 Agricultural cooperatives and I helped him with potato production, sheep and quinoa that the people grew. Some had tractors and we taught tractor driving and maintenance and the use of more modern equipment. The town nearest to the Experiment Station is Patacamaya which is half way between La Paz and Oruro. Because of its location, it was the stopping off point for the then 8 hour ride between the two big cities. It has since grown and with the new road to Chile and the sea probably will continue to grow. In 1995 they had a bank, gas station, auto parts store, telephone, electricity, none of which existed in the 60's.