Strategic Partnerships and Outreach

MEET OUR STRATEGIC PARTNERS

As part of our vision to “protect the lungs of Mother Earth”… we have carefully aligned ourselves with strategic partners who are “like minded and like spirited”, organizations that have a heart to” make a difference”. Camino Verde has been (10) years working in reforestation of the Rosewood tree in the Peruvian Amazon Rainforest… check them out here… and learn the value of what they are doing…

Mission

   Willing Hearts Helping Hands has been reaching out to help those in need since 1990. Through child support programs, raising funds, sending work teams and mobilizing volunteers, Willing Hearts has been reaching out in the Name of Jesus at home in United States and in areas of global need.

   Willing Hearts originally began as an orphan support program, but over the years has branched out into the areas of relief, emergency response ministry, building and development.

 We have setup and/or supported outreaches in the US, Nicaragua, Haiti, and the Philippines, and have participated in rebuilding schools and orphanages, churches and homes. But our mission is to always see peoples lives instilled with new hope and purpose .

 

And now , we are excited to announce that we have joined in partnership with Rainforest Inc., to extend our outreach to S. America and the Amazon Rainforest. Our hope there, will be to reach the indigenous peoples with schools , micro business opportunities, and the love of Jesus

For more about us go to www.willinghearts.org or contact us at info@willinghearts.org

Camino Verde

Mission

Camino Verde is a US-based 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.

 

Camino Verde’s work is focused in the Tambopata river basin in Madre de Dios, Peru. The nearby Tambopata Reserve is an important protected area that has been recognized as a biodiversity Hot Spot and is considered by some to be the most biodiverse place on Earth. Sadly, the region’s forests and rivers face increasing pressures from migratory agriculture, irresponsible lumber extraction and reckless gold mining.

Our mission is to plant trees and encourage others to do the same.

 

Read more about our mission…http://caminoverde.org/index.php/2017/07/28/welcomecaminoverde/

Camino Verde Rosewood Tree Farm (300 acres – over 2000 trees planted!)

Camino Verde News

New Site Coming Soon

September 30, 2016

You may have noticed it has been a while since there’s been new News at caminoverde.org . That’s because a new caminoverde.org is coming. That’s right, the new site is on it’s way. Stay tuned.

Camino Verde featured in Rodale’s Organic Life

April 30, 2015

Camino Verde’s Living Seed Bank was called a “seed bank worth visiting” by Rodale’s Organic Life:

http://www.rodalesorganiclife.com/garden/5-seed-banks-worth-visiting

The Living Seed Bank (project page here) was listed alongside the Millennium Seed Bank at Kew and Seed Savers Exchange.

Tags: Living Seed Bank

From the New York Times

January 31, 2015

“In the battle to limit the risks of climate change, it has been clear for decades that focusing on the world’s immense tropical forests — saving the ones that are left, and perhaps letting new ones grow — is the single most promising near-term strategy.”

–New York Times, Justin Gillis, Dec. 23, 2014

The tree on your chest is a tree we’ve planted together

October 31, 2014

Now for a limited time, contribute $30 or more and receive a Camino Verde t-shirt, made of Peruvian ancient heirloom pima cotton, one of the finest cotton varieties in the world. The tree you wear on your chest is a tree we plant together in the Amazon. (And yes, women’s shirts are cut differently than the men’s.)

Donate here.

Camino Verde featured in recently published thesis

April 30, 2014

Camino Verde intern and ally Sam Goodman’s thesis “The Role of NGOs in Mitigating the Interoceanic Highway” was recently published online through American University.  The thesis features Camino Verde’s role in Madre de Dios prominently.  Thanks, Sam, for your amazing work and insightful writing.