We are a Peruvian non-governmental organisation (NGO) and
part of A Rocha International, a Christian conservation organisation working in
20 different countries around the world.
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our video to learn how we are working with churches and other community
groups to plant forests of the native, desert-loving Huarango trees.
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to find out about our work with Huarango trees.
Cambridge College students help A Rocha Peru’s new Dry Forest Project 13 December 2012
Development Studies students from Cambridge College in Lima, Peru, gave their
support to A Rocha Peru by making and selling enough cookies and pencils to
reforest 14 trees in the endangered dry for... (read more)
An article titled 'Vascular flora from Villa María and Amancaes Lomas, Lima, Peru' is published online by Revista Peruana de Biologia (Peruvian Journal of Biology) 12 December 2012
Results from baseline studies on the coastal “lomas ecosystem” were published
in the “Revista Peruana de Biologia” (Peruvian Journal of Biology). The article
focuses on the flora from Villa María a... (read more)
Environmental Conservation and Human Development: How can we contribute to the care of creation?" 7 December 2012
This was the title of a panel discussion held on 12th September at the
Evangelical Seminary of Lima, which brought together participants from different
churches, universities and those interested i... (read more)
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