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One of CACE's closest allies is Robin van Loon and Camino Verde - the group he...

November 27, 2016

One of CACE's closest allies is Robin van Loon and Camino Verde - the group he founded to promote reforestation in the southern Peruvian Amazon. We have worked together to plant rosewood trees in one of our partner native communities and are exploring how to market a joint line of aromatic essential oils. Robin and Campbell are members of the board of directors of both groups to foster this cooperation. Please support our work with a donation on Giving Tuesday, Nov. 29 at www.AmazonAlive.net. The Gates Foundation will provide a 50% match to donations made to us through GlobalGiving on that day as long as matching funds last. The clock starts at midnight on Nov. 29. Thanks for your support.




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