Based in the Andes mountains near the Bolivian city of Cochabamba, Camp Chocaya is a new camp looking for a team of Campers who can work with local partners to design and implement an agroforestry based restoration project with integrated natural water systems.
The Ecosystem Restoration Camp movement provides a joyous model for self-organized local restoration projects! Founder John D. Liu envisions "a global network of Eco-Camps supporting the emergence of fully-functional, peaceful, abundant, biologically diverse Earth brought about through cooperative efforts for ecological restoration." It' s happening! Click the link below to see the 30+ camps.
Soil Centric's Pro Tip
Camp Chocaya is recommended for proactive people who are problem solvers, independent and comfortable working in international teams. Accomodation is provided but you will need to cover your costs for food (around $12 per day) and transport to/from the project. Spanish language skills are recommended, but not essential. Chocaya's elevation is 2,800 meters or 9,186 feet.