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Restoring an Ecosystem

Restoring an Ecosystem

The first major milestone of the Pachamama Forest Restoration Project is nearing completion. Planting two thousand trees in six months was the project we took on in December 2019. This was certainly a challenging task, considering the hectare of land in which the indigenous trees were to be planted was densely populated with invasive trees mainly Eucalyptus, Wattle and Pine.

Nevertheless, we took it on with great excitement and motivation. With collective participation, hosting groups of volunteers, we are working to transform this landscape together. We are not only planting trees, we are taking a restorative approach to how we live and engage with the natural ecosystem around us. 

The last push is upon us, moving into the end of a beautiful chapter at Pachamama. One that has materialized through many people – shareholders, residents, volunteers, visitors and supporters from around the world. We acknowledge that our success is built on the accumulated efforts of so many people who have given time and support to this project. 

We thank you.

We would like to give special thanks to The Greenpop Foundation for sponsoring us on this project. It is our aim to build onto this work and continue planting trees together.

In one month from now we will have reached our goal to plant two thousand indigenous trees at Pachamama. We cannot wait to watch them grow and observe the biodiversity they bring to this land. Here are some pictures of the process.

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