The team effort to restore the earth


What started as a grassroots initiative has grown into a global effort to educate the masses on ecosystem restoration. With 37 active camps around the world, Ecosystem Restoration Camps has set its ambitions to bring together one million people by 2030 to restore degraded ecosystems in 100 camps around the world.
SPAIN. One of the very first campers at Altiplano in April 2017 preparing the first ever vegetable bed for campers to grow their own food. Here he is using a low impact hand tiller to prepare the ground for seed planting.
USA. Lauren Bond, co-steward of Hotlum Eco-Regeneration Camp, makes biochar on the slopes of Mount Shasta. Heavy fuel loads, soil depletion, and drought in California have led to a growing interest in biochar.

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