HELP US CREATE PROTECTED LANDSCAPE IN THE ECUADOR RAIN FOREST
Fight for land of Rio blanco continues
T-shirts for Sachawa Forest School in Ecuador
Mining threats the land towards Casdada de Anaconda
After new round of negotiations with the families who own the land on the East river bank from Ruku Samay towards the Anaconda Falls, Agustin found the following. There are currently 4 families (in red on the map) that rush to sell their land. The main demand comes from gold mining companies, who have been trying to invade this territory around Ruku Samay Ecolodge (in orange/green) and Rio Blanco community (in blue) for several years.The logging companies are very rich, and offer inflated prices, which is the reason for increases in the purchase price of this land, climbing up to almost $13K for one hectar.
News from the Jungle
Why helping Amazon Forest?
Amazon rainforests are one of the biggest treasures on our Planet. They are the lungs of Earth and a home to more than ¼ of all vegetal and animal species. The amazon jungle is also among few last places on Earth where people live in close connection with nature.
Zivot Postaru is a non-profit organization that strives to protect and conserve the Amazon jungle and helps its inhabitants to maintain their homes, culture and the way of living which is in accordance with and respect for the nature. Part of Amazon rainforest around the river Napo basin is being devastated by the mining and logging activities of large corporations, and also by longing for inconveniences of modern civilization that is conquering indigenous people more and more.
Zivot postaru makes efforts to help locals to find balance and sustainability in this uneasy situation. More about the project..
to everyone who supports us!
It would not be possible without you.
Protected landscape area, protection of trees and planting new as well as Forest Schools are all activities of Zivot postaru funded 100% from donations of people who believe in same values. It would not be possible without you. Ashka Pagrachu (Thanks in Kichwa)
February 14 to 17, 2020, Zivot Postaru Foundation held a first Gathering of Elders from various indigenous tribes from the all over Ecuador – Kichwa of Alto & Bajo Napo, Waoranis of Yasuni national park in Amazonian jungle, Quechua from Sierras, and Aztec from Mexico.
The gathering was supported by volunteers and foreigners mainly from the Czech Republic, but also Germany, Australia, Canada, Colombia and Mexico.This congregation had a main objective of retaking Ancestral teaching for the educational support of the community and indigenous families.
The ELDER’s GATHERING 2020 was a first step and the main building stone where we connected visions and ideas of the indigenous people in order to start a project that is sustainable and viable for all of us to participate at.
Come have a look into how those magical 4 days were spent 🙂
The Forest school and kindergarten
” The Elders’ Gathering”
The school and kindergarten in the middle of the forest – a unique idea invented by unique
people. People who are not interested in a personal gain, but in showing and establishing a
new path… pathway in harmony with nature…
The ELDER’s GATHERING
February 14 to 17, 2020, Zivot Postaru Foundation held a first Meeting of Grandparents of different native tribes from the all over Ecuador – Amazonia, Sierra, Kichwas, Waoranis, Quitus, Caras. The gathering was supported by volunteers and foreigners mainly from the Czech Republic, but also Germany, Australia, Canada, Colombia and Mexico.This congregation had a main objective of retaking Ancestral teaching for the educational support of the community and indigenous families.Our main goals is to build a sustainable alternative education center for children ….
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Friends of the amazon jungle
Film and theatre actor
Among others, our project is supported by Jaroslav Dusek, for which we are immensely grateful. Take a look at the interview with Dusek and Agustin Grefa, Ecuadorian shaman about the foundation of the protected landscapes in the Ecuadorian rainforest.