NEWSFLASH! Exciting Opportunity Available.

We have some exciting news: Thanks to funding received from Patagonia, our first camp, Ecosystem Restoration Camp Altiplano is working with four local farmers from Asociación AlVelAl to support them in their transition from industrial to regenerative agriculture.

Taking place between December 2018 and February 2019, the camp is welcoming people to come and learn how to restore degraded arid in the south of Spain.

You will be staying in a local village close to where the farm is, an exciting, deep cultural experience where you will be embedded in the place you are restoring, both ecologically and economically.

Do you want to get your hands dirty, transforming dirt into soil, and become part of a global movement that is coming together to restore degraded natural and agricultural ecosystems?

If you are interested in becoming an earth restorer with us, Please complete this form: https://goo.gl/forms/gg0iBDKWDFIGu5Dz2

If you’d like to talk to the campers for any extra information, you can email campaltiplanoprojects@gmail.com

November 12, 2018

Restoration Learning Opportunity near Camp Altiplano

NEWSFLASH! Exciting Opportunity Available. We have some exciting news: Thanks to funding received from Patagonia, our first camp, Ecosystem Restoration Camp Altiplano is working with four local farmers from Asociación AlVelAl to support them in their transition from industrial to regenerative agriculture. Taking place between […]
September 7, 2018

Camp Altiplano Restoration Report: Year One 2017-18

We are pleased to share with you the Camp Altiplano Restoration Report: Year One 2017-18 The amazing team at Camp Altiplano has accomplished an incredible in amount in the camp’s first year of operation and restoration.  Read more in the detailed […]
September 6, 2018

Education Update from Tobi Kellner

Hello, I’m Tobi Kellner, Ecosystem Restoration Camps’ new Education Coordinator. A little bit about myself: I grew up in the mountains of Bavaria, then spent parts of my education in India and Scotland. I have worked for a number of […]
March 13, 2018

Construction at Camp Altiplano: An Account

It’s six in the morning. I woke up to the sound of the wind slamming the bathroom door. The window doesn’t close, so with heavy wind the door becomes its plaything. My first thought on waking up is the yurt […]
June 12, 2017
Altiplano camper

Robin Woolner – A Personal Statement

I am here because I believe that humanity can create on a greater capacity than it can destroy. And to this end I would identify as an ecologist from the Gregory Bateson tradition, meaning that I view the relationships of […]