Welcome to the Rainforest Saver Newsletter no. 57. October 2014. Schools’ photos: thanks to all who supported our crowd funding.
Thanks to the donations of all the good people our crowd funding last summer was a success. We now have sent money to support environmental education and Inga plots at a number of Cameroon schools. This was started this month, and we haven’t had all the reports yet, but here are some photos.
Loading up Gaston’s precious truck with Inga seedlings from his Bizang nursery (which can accommodate 10,000 seedlings), which is not too far from Nkoumadjap.
The girl students at the Lycée de Nkoumadjap unloaded the seedlings and carried them to the planting site.
Making sure that the planting holes are dug in the right places. Lycée de Nkoumadjap.
The boy students are digging the hole to plant the Inga. The gentleman on the right is the headmaster himself, a keen supporter of the project, and the one on the left is a member of his staff. . Lycée de Nkoumadjap.
Getting it straight.
Since launching our Crowd funding last summer three more large secondary schools have contacted Gaston with interest to join the program. This is the headmaster from CETIC de Nden, talking to Gaston. They are ready to start right away.
Students at CETIC de Nden
Gaston talking to students from CETIC de Nden.