This year, 3 new walled conservation sites were added to our growing acreage of Ethiopian forests, one of which was funded by UNESCO inside their Lake Tana heritage site, and the other 2 funded by your generous contributions to TREE. We are now over halfway to achieving our goal of conserving the highest-biodiversity forest sites in Ethiopia, with less than $250,000 left to complete our goal. Thank you!!
These photos depict our newest conservation wall, donated by the Replogle family of Raleigh, NC, in honor of my birthday. This trip is going well – new walls, over 350 books for kids and rural schools, and funding from National Geographic to survey what lives in our stone walls!
Here is how you can help us continue our efforts in Ethiopia:
Purchase a Beza Book! For every copy of Beza sold, one copy will be distributed FREE in Amharic to an Ethiopian child!
Donate directly to our our Ethiopian Church Forest Conservation Fund.
Please donate here (minimum of $25 please):