Nevena Mihajlov Cashew Tree Planted… Here’s your Certificate of Appreciation… Here’s a map to your Tree Here’s a badge you can place wherever you like to show the world you planted a Tree… Here’s the code to place that badge on your webpage… <a href=”https://buenascosas.org/nevena-mihajlov-cashew-tree-planted/” target=”_blank”><img title=”My Tree with Buenas Cosas in Peten Guatemala” src=”https://buenascosas.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/green-donor-2017-90×90.png” […]
Maja Lazic Cashew Tree Planted… Here’s your Certificate of Appreciation… Here’s a map to your Tree Here’s a badge you can place wherever you like to show the world you planted a Tree… Here’s the code to place that badge on your webpage… <a href=”https://buenascosas.org/cashew-tree-planted-for-maja-lazic/” target=”_blank”><img title=”My Tree with Buenas Cosas in Peten Guatemala” src=”https://buenascosas.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/green-donor-2017-90×90.png” […]
Energy is critical in today’s society. Affordable, dependable and sustainable energy is a focus of Buenas Cosas work in the Maya villages we serve. Providing the Maya communities we serve with solar is a proven and practical means for us to keep communities connected. Contribute to our solar campaign and help us bring affordable solar […]
Check out the new permaculture project across the lake in San Jose https://ladanta.org – they’re serving up credible sustainable social development in 3 Maya beach communities. La Danta Project only launched in January of 2016. La Danta Project is doing lots of great work with an excellent team of dedicated local families.
Volunteer Tabatha , Joe and Sharon receiving classes of Coconut Oil
Fixing the road leading into Tonita’s house… Next full moon, lots more wood and manaca to harvest!
Please take a few minutes to watch Janine’s wonderful video below – it’s a few minutes invested in all our futures. Janine does such an excellent job of presenting biomimicry as a permaculture approach to living on our small blue planet. Huge thanks to Janine and Biomicry 3.8 for helping guide all of us toward […]
Our Salta Maya project will also be supporting a local trade school in San Jose. Most of the students are from another Buenas Cosas Partner Community in San Pedro, another Maya Itza village, and we’re pleased-as-punch to be supporting them. Angelica got a chance to meet with the kids’ teacher Jorge and the school’s director, […]
Working on our first batch or coconut oil… https://www.wikihow.com/Make-Virgin-Coconut-Oil Tried the first coconut oil recipe, did not work – hmmm – try again :) Coconut oil is great for all kinds of things. Brush your teeth with coconut oil – natural whitening.
Let’s face it, the Mayans knew how to create a paradise as is easily proven by what remains of el Mirador and la Danta, the largest pyramid in the world. The ancient Maya had a 20 year food forest design, that gave them all they needed. But they also used chinampas in the wetter areas, […]
https://www.grain.org/article/entries/5142-seed-laws-that-criminalise-farmers-resistance-and-fightback#2 There was a concerted effort to pass a seed-privitization law in Guatemala. It was passed over a vacation week. People came back from vacation, threw HUGE PROTESTS and the morally objectionable law was rescinded. Basically, the law would have allowed BigAg to come in and confiscate anyone’s land who was recycling GMO seed. Gotta […]
See no mention of fish anywhere in this… https://ecowatch.com/2015/09/11/sky-greens-vertical-farm/ Why not have fish in this installation? This looks like more old-style hydroponics. Interesting. We’ve asked about the lack of fish. Anxiously awaiting a reply :)