bgreen 2015’s Social Project starts with 900 promises

15-Feb-2015   //   bgreenfestival   //   News, Social Project


And thus bgreen 2015’s Social Project kicks off! 34 volunteers from the school’s different courses attended a workshop on the production of native seed balls.

This workshop was promoted by Teresa and Bernardo of the “Movimento Terra Queimada” (Scorched Earth movement), an association that fosters reforestation in fire-devastated areas.

In this well-spent afternoon, volunteers learned to make acorn seed balls, which ultimately materialized into 900 potential trees!

We will be back soon with more news!


Did you know…

Used cooking oil is highly pollutant: Do not throw it down the drain! You can now hand it in at several restaurants and each liter will become a donation to AMI in the fight against social exclusion.


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