Greenhouse Update

Amidst recent project activities including community outreach, bioregional education workshops, youth volunteer group workdays, and developing alliances with the Sucre County Municipality, Planet Drum’s volunteers and interns have been diligently keeping the greenhouse operations running smoothly by maintaining watering, weeding, organizing trees, clearing brush, preparing soil, planting seedbeds, and transplanting seedlings.

Volunteer support from visiting international volunteers and interns is crucial to the success of the program. To find out more about volunteer opportunities, please contact the project manager.

International volunteers organizing recently transplanted Guachapeli seedlings.
Summer intern Jules watering at the greenhouse.
Nico sharpens machetes and knives.
Charlie machetes brush around the greenhouse to keep the area clear.
Peter, Jules, and Maddy collect orange seeds.
Maddy and Pete prepare an elevated seedbed for germinating a fresh batch of seeds.
International volunteers prepare bottles for transplanting seedlings.
Jules, Pete, and Marcelo, the Bahía Eco-Club Director, transplanting seedlings.

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