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The AguaClara Project Team is a group of Cornell students, mostly civil and environmental engineering majors, who design water treatment plants for rural communities in Honduras.
Their faculty leader, Monroe Weber-Shirk, accompanies a group of AguaClara students to the Central American country every year to tour existing and potential water plant sites, as well as interact with the people they are working with.
This year's AguaClara team visited Honduras during the end of winter break, Jan. 4-20. On the second week of the trip, Cornell Chronicle writer Anne Ju and University Photographer Lindsay France joined the group in Honduras to document their travels.