Not a center, it's a Mayan village deep in the jungle outside Livingston. The local community is converting their lands towards regenerative agriculture, away from slash-and-burn, chemical monocultures towards organic agroforestry systems on contour.
The nonprofit Contour Lines Corp founded the project. So far we planted the first round (300 fruit trees and 900 legume trees on 4.5 acres) thanks to our crowdfunding campaign. In November comes Round 2 (900 fruit trees and 1,800 legume trees on 13.5 acres)
Visitors can homestay with a local family, just leave some money. Depending on interests, visitors can:
- work/learn in the agroforestry sites
- hike or birdwatch in the surrounding jungles
- learn Q'echi, the local dialect
- any other community projects in this impoverished region
- or just come donate.
Size of project site
People on site
50 - 500
- tent camping
- communally cooked meals
- over 80% locally sourced
- None: Off the grid
The Tatín Village Project is currently offering the following opportunities:
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