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Forest Conservation Corps

Updated: Jun 29, 2023

Cleaning Our Natural Reserves.

Having contact with nature is important for the development of human beings, but immersing ourselves in it and helping to heal it is an experience that makes it unique. It is more than just a task; it is an inherent identity with something that helps you grow when you know you are doing what is fair and right. For centuries, these natural spaces have been there for the life of humanity, and the wild hand of humanity has deteriorated the very thing we have: our planet.

It's not just about going and picking up litter; it's about helping to restore our habitat and that of many species of beautiful wildlife whose spaces are threatened by the indiscriminate dumping of waste by humans. So, it is our responsibility to contribute to creating healthy spaces and ensuring a better world for future generations.

Remember that every little piece of trash we pick up will make a difference. Together, we can be agents of change and leave a positive legacy for future generations.

In the forest environment, you can find various types of trash that are harmful to both the ecosystem and wildlife. Here are some common examples: Plastic: Discarded plastic bottles, bags, wrappers, and other single-use plastic items are often found in forests. Plastic takes hundreds of years to decompose and can cause significant harm. Animals can mistake plastic for food, leading to choking or digestive issues. Additionally, plastic debris can disrupt the natural flow of water and affect soil quality.

This time we recollect more than 27 trash bags full, all of it. It is essential to remove these types of trash from the forest environment because they can disrupt the delicate balance of the ecosystem. By removing trash, you are helping to protect wildlife, prevent soil and water contamination, reduce the risk of wildfires, and preserve the natural beauty of the forest for future generations.

To all volunteer: Thank you for being part of our team and for working tirelessly to protect our forests. Your dedication and passion have not gone unnoticed, and we are immensely grateful for everything you have done. We look forward to continuing our journey together, making a lasting difference in preserving our natural heritage.

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