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Volunteers’ activities & achievements in 2020

12 Mar , 2021 Blog

Volunteers’ activities & achievements in 2020

As a small charity, Plant your Future receives invaluable support from a dedicated team of volunteers, who offer their skills to help us with a range of activities. This year, we would like to say a special thank you to: Katie Butler-Manuel: creating beautiful and inspiring content for our social media channels, Katie (pictured above) […]

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Top 5 ways to take Climate Action in 2021

12 Mar , 2021 Blog

Top 5 ways to take Climate Action in 2021

Want to know the easiest and best ways to support restoration in the Amazon rainforest this year? Plant your Future is mitigating climate change and alleviating poverty by supporting low-income communities to turn their degraded land back to forest cover through progressive farming. Discover how you can support rainforest communities in 2021… 1. Become a […]

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Looking back on 2020: a significant year

12 Mar , 2021 Our News

Looking back on 2020: a significant year

Discover our round-up of activities to restore the Amazon rainforest in 2020 and exciting plans for 2021… Plant your Future has been running for over a decade and there have been plenty of highs and lows during that time. Of course, there have been challenges as we work tirelessly to reverse deforestation and alleviate poverty […]

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How to make a rainforest mask

19 Aug , 2020 Blog

How to make a rainforest mask

To help families in the Amazon to recover post-COVID, our volunteer Katrin Harding, has been making beautiful jungle themed masks to give away to our supporters.  To receive one of these gorgeous and truly unique masks as a gift from Plant your Future, simply sign up today to become a monthly donor with Plant Your […]

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Building back stronger in the Amazon post-COVID

19 Aug , 2020 Our News

Building back stronger in the Amazon post-COVID

The impact of COVID-19 on the world has been unprecedented and the affect it has had on the lives of Plant Your Future’s subsistence farmers has been severe. Despite a military-enforced lockdown, the virus spread rapidly in the city of Iquitos in eastern Peru – home to the majority of our farmers and their families. […]

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