Some Tidbits I learned when working at Animal Kingdom

I’ve been feeling anxious lately, and decided this would be a fun topic to write about. The Disney “tree farm” grows accredited feed crops for the animals including, willow branches, sugar cane, and banana leaves and fruits. This fresh feed is supposed to prevent the animals from eating the permanent landscape plants, however it doesn’t really work… lol Employees must work with animals idiosyncrasies; like … Continue reading Some Tidbits I learned when working at Animal Kingdom

My Portfolio

I didn’t go to school for art, but I’ve always loved it. These are a few samples of work I’ve done. There are many more where these came from. I will be updating. The very first informative/ instructional horticulture video I made… The video quality is embarrassing, but the information and concept is good. Next time you buy one of these fruits, instead of throwing … Continue reading My Portfolio

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The Downs?… of Being a Disney Professional Intern

The only thing my suite-mates and I weren’t happy with is Vista Way apartments.We were actually supposed to live at Falcon Square, but we were put in a more expensive apartment in Vista. They were going to charge us more than we were originally told, but one of our interns complained and got it fixed. As hort interns, we worked reeeeeeally early compared to the … Continue reading The Downs?… of Being a Disney Professional Intern