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TreeViver helps with reforestation of the amazon rainforest. A vital part of our echosystem

Updated on May 11, 2012

The rain forest

For any who don't know, The rain forest is a Forest that has uncharacteristically high levels of rain fall 68 to 78 inches per year. They produce about 28% of Earths oxygen ,And are believed to house over a million insects,plants and microorganisms not yet discovered.

Many of the worlds best natural medicines have been discovered there as well.

This hub is to bring focus on a Colorado based company, that is working hard to save the Amazon rain forest with some unique programs.

On a mission

TreeViver is on a mission to re-forest Brazil's Amazon Rainforest.

Not long ago over 14 % of the Earths land surface was covered by rain forest. We are now down to about 6% and some believe they could be gone in less than 40 years.

Taking with them many possible cures for diseases both life-threatening and non. As much as 25% of Western pharmaceuticals contain ingredients that grow in the rain forest.

TreeViver is looking at unique ways to help both the forest and local schools at the same time.

It is estimated that close to half the worlds animal species live in the rain forest. With the destruction where are they to go?

Help your local Public School

TreeViver wants to help your school raise money with Cooperative Fundraising.


I have no connections to TreeViver It was a site I happened upon and liked so I decided to help in my small way to get the message out. AS always thank you for reading my article

Maybe your local school would like to contact them for info on fundraising.

Some of the places I gathered my info for this article.


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      Jeanette 6 years ago

      Very good article! I have learned alot of useful facts to pass along. Thanks, Brian.