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Seeds of Change Newsletter – Year End 2016

In This Issue: Fighting Poverty, Micro-enterprise Review, Fighting Hunger, Community Health Initiatives, Fire Fighting Year-End Recap, Affordable, Clean Energy Activities, Literacy & Education Initiatives

November 22nd, 2016|Newsletter|

Seeds of Change Newsletter – Q4 2015

In This Issue: The Fire Fighting Brigade and Taking Stock And Investing In The Future. We also introduce our Crowd Force Funding™ Private Label Project.

December 29th, 2015|Newsletter|

Rimba Raya Achieves Coveted CCB Triple Gold Ranking

 

September 27th, 2015|Audits & Verification|

Interview with the President Director of PT Rimba Raya Conservation

Our Indonesian team is deeply committed to forest conservation and community development to improve Indonesia's environment and to assist our society. Mr. Djonni Andhella, President Director of PT Rimba Raya Conservation, explains our [...]

September 24th, 2015|Interviews|

Seeds of Change Newsletter – Q3 2015

In This Issue: The Conservation Recycle Bank Initiative and The Conservation Handicrafts Initiative.

September 2nd, 2015|Newsletter|

Interview with the Seruyan Regent

Q: What is your view of Rimba Raya’s project on ecosystem restoration.  Have you seen the benefits? A: Firstly, I’d like to thank Rimba Raya for what it has done. I believe Rimba [...]

August 30th, 2015|Interviews|
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Rimba Raya shared NowThis's This Is Where Pet Store Puppies Come From.

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If everyone saw this, no one would ever buy a dog at a pet store (via Dodo Impact)

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Alva LeeAnimal cruelty. Please report any puppy mill. Send the owners to their cage in the jail!!!!

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Rimba Raya, “The Infinite Forest”

Money earned by the Rimba Raya Biodiversity Reserve project supports livelihood programmes in surrounding villages, providing employment, training and hope for the future.

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