Sadhana Forest is fighting malnutrition and deforestation in Haiti by planting food-bearing trees with the help of local community members.
Cloudbridge Nature Reserve in Costa Rica is bringing back natural habitats and biodiversity through reforestation and conservation of native forests.
Preservation of culture and a women’s coffee cooperative are two grassroots projects by the members of La Laguna indigenous community in Nicaragua.
A new tourism cooperative in Rio Chiquito, El Salvador gives the locals a chance to benefit from tourism on a new level – thanks to affordable cob construction.
Mayan Families is a non-profit organization that works with community development and poverty alleviation in indigenous communities in rural Guatemala.
Water Works is a project in Guatemala that is improving access to clean drinking water in impoverished rural areas with ceramic filters.
Long Way Home is a non-profit that is creating new skills, employment and awareness by building a vocational school out of waste and natural materials.
Maya Mountain Research Farm in Belize shows how agroforestry and permaculture can turn damaged soil back into naturally productive landscapes.
Rammed earth is a popular sustainable building technique, and the key to building a quality rammed earth structure is understanding the materials.
Bosque Shambala is a growing community that can show Mexicans a self-sufficient alternative to crowded and competitive city life.