6,000 Citrus Trees! – Jam Cruise passengers help launch SOIL's new tree nursery in northern Haiti
Reposted from Trees, Water & People’s blog at treeswaterpeople.wordpress.com.
by Sebastian Africano, International Director, Trees, Water & People
With support from Haitian non-profit Sustainable Organic Integrated Livelihoods (S.O.I.L.) and Trees, Water & People (TWP), Positive Legacy and Jam Cruise passengers led the charge in seeding 6,000 citrus trees, thus launching a 10,000 seedling nursery at SOIL’s rural compost site in Limonade, Haiti.
Thank you to everyone who participated in this event; it wouldn’t have been a success without your enthusiasm and energy!
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