Replanting the Trees We Use
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Help us plant fruit trees at Victory Park for the community, learn about the parks and garden, and enjoy a reading of the children’s book, The Giving Tree . Click here to check out the event.
Brazil RainforestMaker initiated dialogue and invited Governor Blairo Maggi of Mato Grosso in Brazil and the co-founder of Green Peace, Dr. Patrick Moore to discuss achieving a balance between nature and the abundant need of land used for food production. Click here for more details.
Earth Day, Boston
Want to learn more about the care of fruit trees? No experience necessary. Join us for an afternoon with famed orchardist and author Michael Phillips for a fruit tree planting and pruning workshop. Click here to check out the event.
Currently, we are planting trees in Southern Costa Rica near the Osa Peninsula. The Osa Peninsula is one of the most biodiverse places on Earth. This is because the Osa was once an island that joined with mainland Costa Rica. The Osa contains over 3,100 species of plants, many of which have been newly discovered. The Osa contains 750 species of trees, 124 species of mammals, 117, species of amphibians and reptiles, 40 species of freshwater fish, and 6,000 species of insects. Many of these species are found nowhere else on Earth or even in Costa Rica. This is a very special place.
Melnea Cass Recreation Complex, Boston
Join fellow volunteers to plant new flowering and canopy trees at the Melnea Cass Recreation Center in Roxbury. This event will begin with a tree planting demonstration; volunteers will then break into small groups to plant trees. All tools, equipment and materials provided. Gloves, tools, snacks and water will be available. Click here to check out the event.
Las Gaviotas, Colombia
In conjunction with our LATTE initiative and in partnership with the Marion Institute , RainforestMakers are journeying to Las Gaviotas to plant 16,000 trees. The eco-village known as Las Gaviotas is a research center located in eastern Colombia, South America. It is the only project in the world with a twenty-three year track record of the sustainable regeneration of tropical rain forest. As of this year, Las Gaviotas will have successfully reforested 8,000 hectares (20,000 acres) of fully canopied, poly-culture rain forest
Boston - Dudley Street Neighborhood Charter School Planting
On April 28, 2012 we partnered with BNAN (Boston Natural Areas Network) to plant trees in Roxbury, MA at the former Emerson School, soon to be the Dudley Street Neighborhood Charter School (opening fall 2012). Click Here to Check out the Event.
On June 30, 2012 Rainforestmaker planted 250 Khaboo trees and 50 Orange Trees in the Chakhesang community of the Porba Village of Nagaland, India. This is an area that has experienced considerable deforestation.
Jamaica Plain - Italian Home For Children Planting
On May 18th, 2012, we partnered with Foundation for a Green Future and planted mature beautiful October Glory Maple Trees at the Italian Home for Children in Jamaica Plain , which provides services to emotionally disturbed youth. Click here to check out the event.
Immerse yourself in nature by embarking on a Sacred Passage. Click here for full details.
- Experience our unique Awareness Training
- Experience Liberating, Enlightening Source within
- Clarify your life's higher purpose
- Increase your deepest levels of creativity
- Generate abundant internal power and vitality
- Master profound relaxation and presence
- Open your inner peace and tranquility
- Discover your natural simplicity
- Realize your essence
- Commune deeply with Nature
- Experience the natural joy inherent within you
On the very next day, May 19th, 2012, we planted two dozen apple trees at the Stony Brook Reservation in Hyde Park in partnership with the Boston Natural Areas Network. Click here to check out the event.
Connecting for Change Bioneers By The Bay Conference
On October 27th, RainforestMaker partnered with the Marion Institute for their Connecting for Change Bioneers By The Bay Conference and sponsored an Apple Orchard Giveaway.