The Peace Villages Foundation is Recruiting Volunteers for its Enviroment Conservation Program
Santa Elena de Uairén, Venezuela—The Peace Villages Foundation (ADP), a sustainable grassroots NGO based in Venezuela, is recruiting conservation volunteers to help make a positive impact on the conservation of environment while enhancing the lives of children and youngsters.
Conservation volunteers will help with Venezuela forest conservation by taking photographs, recording, and classifying as many native species of flora and fauna as possible. Volunteers will also help construct and maintain a footpath in the nearby tropical forest.
In addition, volunteers will help nurture plant seedlings and maintain ADP’s tree nursery on the ground, which is used to help Venezuela tree conservation. They will also help grow and maintain vegetables, small organic fruits, medicinal plants, while promoting environment conservation Venezuela on ADP’s grounds. ADP conservation of environment projects allows volunteers to teach children about environmental issues and assist in programs dedicated to organic gardening in local schools.
ADP is a grassroots NGO located in Santa de Uairén, Venezuela and is independent from any political, religious, or business interests. The organization welcomes individual volunteers, groups, families, and interns without considering their age, background or experience. ADP focuses on community outreach with development programs designed to help improve the lives of children and youngsters who call Santa Elena de Uairén home.
For more information, please contact Peace Villages Foundation at firstname.lastname@example.org or +414-870-4895.
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