Dear Readers: Please help support my efforts to plant trees, restore natural resources, and provide income to local communities in Haiti!

I have supported CDi's Miles of Trees tree planting initiative since 2010, including by participating in two Climate Rides. Many of you have helped too, and together we have planted well over 10,000 trees in a country troubled by deforestation. Coupled with unsustainable agricultural practices deforestation causes accelerated soil erosion and increased risks of food insecurity and flooding.

CDi's Miles of Trees program aims to raise funding for one tree per mile pedaled in the U.S. and beyond. You are encouraged to participate and support!

In 2017, I will again be participating in the "Tour de Quisqueya" Independent Challenge (press release). This Cycling Adventure & Social Impact Project in Haiti will have its second edition take place from February 18 to March 6, 2017, and it offers one and two week options. Check it out - I encourage you to consider joining this adventure of a lifetime! And please don't miss to watch and share the 2016 video.  

CDi's Miles of Trees is proud to be a founding member in the Tour de Quisqueya. During the Tour's Premiere Edition in 2016 we planted 4,000 trees on the anniversary of the Earthquake.

Trees we plant are sourced from CDi's very own tree nursery in Léeogane, Haiti. This nursery is run by one of CDi's Haitian Farmer Exchange Program Participants who came to New Earth Farm in Virginia to learn during 2015 and early 2016. He is not only able to sustain himself with this work, he is also now able to expand his operations and hire additional staff. More trees and a stronger local economy! Win-Win!

Trees we plant include but are not limited to:

  • Mango
  • Avocado
  • Coffee
  • Akazia
  • Corosol
  • Moringa:
      

You can make a secure online donation today by clicking on the 'Support Me' button. You'll automatically receive an acknowledgment and I will be notified by email of your support. Thank you for your help!

Matthias

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