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Camino Verde

Org #5919
Vetted since 2010 Project of the Month Site Visit Verified
2007
year founded
$186,604
raised on GlobalGiving
8
years fundraising
1
projects funded

Mission

Camino Verde is a 501-c-3 non-profit organization dedicated to: * Protecting and understanding biodiversity in the Peruvian Amazon. * Protecting indigenous rights, autonomy, and wisdom. * Spreading sustainable ways of life and encouraging fair, sustainable development. Our mission is to plant trees and encourage others to do the same.

Projects (3)

Project Leaders
Robin Van Loon
Robin Van Loon
Campbell Plowden
Campbell Plowden
Team
Robin Van Loon, Ursula Leyva, Olivia Revilla, Manuel Huinga, Jorge Gutierrez, Juan Rafaele, Jorge Collazos
Organization Information
95 Marthas Point Rd.
Concord, MA 01742
United States
9783698528

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 4885177320
Organization Information
95 Marthas Point Rd.
Concord, MA 01742
United States
9783698528

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 4885177320

Project Reports

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Dec 3, 2018
Celebrating 10 years of Amazonian regeneration
Dear friends, This year Camino Verde celebrated 10 years of non-profit status, of tree planting and of Amazonian regeneration.  I can't tell you how grateful – and humbled – our...
Oct 26, 2018
Notes from the Nursery
Greetings from the Peruvian Amazon!  As you probably know by now, Camino Verde is more than just a producer of biochar, more than just a capturer of carbon.  Our projects range beyond carbon...
Aug 2, 2018
Restoring 40 acres of rainforest in 3 months
Don Hipólito arrived here in 1960, when he was 33 years old. His previous parcel had been flooded in the infamous river rise named after its year, el sesenta, in which he lost everything....
 
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