The story behind Sand Dollar
My grandmother used to take me to the beach, and we would talk for hours and pick up hands full of sand dollars. I always liked how it was called like a currency when its fragility made it impossible to use as such. Its value comes from its cleaning work, where he filters the sand.
Today I feel like we should all take an example of that beautiful shell, whose life makes the world a little bit better.
Develop sustainable projects: bring a social advantage, be economically sound and preserving the environment.
Support local activity to diversify and expand the scope of agriculture, forestry, manufacture and artcraft, recycling, composting, waste management, and water and electricity security, education.
Being involved in local businesses to support their development.
Zero Waste Courses for beginners
Development of educational programs