Arcecio Morocho. Project Coordinator – Network of Amazonian Fruit Gardens for conservation and food2018-06-27T02:11:31+00:00
Arcecio Morocho

Arcecio Morocho. Project Coordinator – Network of Amazonian Fruit Gardens for conservation and food

Date grant awarded: July 3, 2018

05/04/2018 – Arcecio Morocho Erràez, is an environmentalist and Founder of the Center for the Development of Sustainable Agriculture “Kantzam.” He is convinced that we need to conserve tropical forests. With the support of the Pollination Project, he is implementing a new venture called, “Network of Amazonian Fruit Gardens for Conservation and Food”, located in Guadalupe, Ecuador.

The project will implement a community nursery for the recovery of ten species of Amazonian fruit trees currenly in extinction. With the creation of the Network of Amazonian Fruit Gardens, the aim is to raise awareness of the importance of tropical forests for the conservation and food security of families as a mechanism to build sustainable communities.

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