Photography Adam Andros
We were recently honoured with a fructiferous visit from our friends of “Association Civil Puente de la Amistad” (ACELPA), a Peruvian non-profit organization focused on helping the residents of Tamshiyacu, Loreto district, to protect and diversify their income opportunities.
Guided by our Forest Engineer Silvia and our Permaculture Coordinator Michal, the participants had a lovely time sampling the fruits of our chacras, learning from our experience and sharing their own knowledge with us. ACELPA is beginning to implement their own permaculture/chacras integrales project, with the assessment, support and empowerment provided by Silvia and all the Chaikuni team.
We wish our friends in Tamshiyacu the best of luck in their endeavours, and we look forward to more collaborative efforts with like minded organizations.