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What’s the best thing you can leave behind in Bali this Festival?

A breath of fresh air!

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Become the proud parent of a baby bamboo in Bali this Festival!

Leave a living legacy and help us transform one of the planet’s most injured environments into an oasis that shows the world the change we want to see.

The Festival invites all of you to support our new Outreach Initiative, Bali ReGreen, empowering the Environmental Bamboo Foundation and East Bali Poverty Project to transform Bali’s poorest region into a green paradise with a thriving community.

The tiny village of Des 
a Ban on sacred Mount Agung looks like a postcard from the world none of us wants to see created. One of the island’s most poverty-stricken and arid regions, Desa Ban suffered decades of clear-cutting and a volcanic eruption which changed the climate, destroyed the forest environment and caused severe hardship for the local people.

If we can restore life, beauty, prosperity and hope to Desa Ban we can do it anywhere on Earth – so join the team, help us create a bamboo forest and be part of the change that inspires us all.

Your baby bamboo, along with all the other bamboo clusters we buy as a BaliSpirit family, will provide a fast-growing, natural, renewable and sustainable platform for reforestation, improved air quality, vital shade and nutrition to the soil and animals.

It will grow to be one of Mother Nature’s most precious and effective carbon sinks, producing more oxygen than trees and providing clean local material for building, food, medicine, handicraft and traditional industry.

It will be the souvenir you leave behind to show the world how we really can create the change we want to see – anywhere, everywhere for all of us.

Look for the Environmental Bamboo Foundation booth at the Day & Night markets to add a baby bamboo to your family and Be the Change with all of us.

Or make an online donation at the Festival or by emailing [email protected]

Written by : Jade Richardson


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