2017 has been a great year for Bio-Bridges!
Last year, we began working with international and local charity partners to build Bio-Bridges. In case you didn’t know, Bio-Bridges help protect and regenerate natural corridors of land between healthy forests, enabling endangered species to find each other, thrive and breed. So far, we’ve launched four Bio-Bridges projects, in Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia and India, and 2017 has been an amazing year for Bio-Bridges!
So what have we achieved in 2017?
• We launched the World Bio-Bridges Mission, our wild new conservation project, with a pledge to build an additional 10 Bio-Bridges by 2020.
• We also launched a new Bio-Bridge project alongside World Land Trust and the Wildlife Trust of India in the Garo Hills District, India, to protect the endangered Indian elephant and Western Hoolock Gibbon.
• We introduced the NEW Amazonian Saviour™ Multi-Purpose Balm, the first product with a direct donation to our World Bio-Bridges Mission fund.
• In the Khe Nuoc Trong forest in Vietnam, where our project is located, the population of Red-Shanked Doucs is now the largest in the country!