Lichens yield beautiful browns and oranges Jackfruit dyes Bombyx silk bright yellow Mangousta skin is used to make the black dye What it takes to ship ONE box of products

Conservation through Poverty Alleviation, Int

Org #1120
Vetted since 2009
2003
year founded
$188,705
raised on GlobalGiving
12
years fundraising
4
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

Conservation through Poverty Alleviation, International, a US-based 501(c)3 organization, helps subsistence farmers displaced by the formation of national parks establish new livelihoods that restore and sustain protected habitats.

Project Leaders
Catherine Craig
Catherine Craig
Team
Mamy Ratzimbazafy, Lalaina Raharindimby, Stella Gryler
Organization Information
712 S. Palouse St
Walla Walla, WA 99362
United States
+1-617-230-8322
Organization Information
712 S. Palouse St
Walla Walla, WA 99362
United States
+1-617-230-8322

Project Reports

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Sep 30, 2021
Dyeing with fruits, flowers, lichens and leaves
The SEPALIM team is continuing to expand on it experiments making textile plant dyes.  Some dyes are made from fruits purchased at the market and some are from plants that they gather and...
Aug 4, 2021
International Folk Art Market (IFAM) a Terrific Success!
We are thrilled to report that the IFAM was a wonderful success!  Although Lalaina and Mamy were  unable to travel to Santa Fe, they provided a wonderful selection of team products and we...
Jun 3, 2021
Gathering plant dyes and preparing IFAM
July is International Folk Art Market month!  The team has been working hard, even during the the rain, to dye new products with new dyes.  While they have not been able to travel...
 
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