Eco-friendly Everest - tree restoration project
- $1,240.00 donated
- 18 generous donors
Let's help support a family-friendly, eco-friendly and sustainable tree-planting project in Khunde village, Nepal.
I am a kiwi secondary teacher living in Hong Kong.
I will be trekking to the Everest Base Camp during August 2018, passing through Khunde village on my 16-day journey.
In April 2018, the villagers of Khunde will begin building a plant nursery and an urgent tree-planting project to help fight future soil erosion on earthquake-damaged mountain slopes.
All funds raised will assist with present and on-going tree-planting, fencing materials and nursery development.
This worthy project will help villagers to keep their homes, livestock and crops safe from future landslides.
Trees are the lungs of our planet.
Building materials and equipment: the new plant nursery and fencing
Planting materials: trees
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I will be passing through Khunde village on my Everest Base Camp trek. The nearby mountain slopes were damaged by slips from recent earthquakes. All funds raised will help with urgent tree-planting for slope restoration, fencing projects and the development of sustainable plant nurseries.
All funds raised benefit:
Khunde villagers, Nepal
Funds will be paid to a verified bank account of Tracy Lineberry on behalf of Khunde villagers, Nepal.
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