Say Hueque launched a reforestation project and campaign for the month of August 2021. August is the month of Pachamama (Mother Earth) for the native cultures of the Andes. The celebration is held to thank, ask, and bless all the fruits that mother earth offers. To honor Mother Earth last month, Say Hueque decided to take action and stand against deforestation and climate change.
In partnership with Reforestarg, Say Hueque donated 1000 native trees to be planted in Patagonia. “Massive reforestation is urgent. We must turn awareness into action now.” Said Rafa Mayer, founder, and director of the company.
The native trees (Coihues) will be planted this month in Rio Tigre Nature Reserve, Chubut, Patagonia, Argentina and are part of a major plan.
Reforestarg is a native forest restoration community that plants trees and stands against deforestation. Their goals are to build community through collective plantations, empower local producers, and preserve native forests. More about Reforestarg
Say Hueque is a travel company based in Argentina since 1999, and the first in the country to compensate 100% of the carbon footprint on trips. The company is committed to creating transformational travel experiences and to share, guide, and work side by side with colleagues through each step of the process. Twenty years working with that idea in mind have developed in solid partner relationships, based on trust, good communication, and mutual respect. The company invites colleagues and travelers to keep working for a more sustainable, responsible, and meaningful way of exploring the world.
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