PADA PLAYA PROJECT veritas has built an artificial pine forest in Guatemala that was a success for more than a year.
The project was funded by the United States Agency for International Development and is being operated by a team of local people.
This video was produced by The Independent project veritas and the Papaya Playas project.
The team paved the project with over 40,000 trees, a lot of which are over 100 years old.
Pablo Soto and Jose Soto are the co-founders of Papaya Project, which is a community-based initiative dedicated to saving the rainforest and providing them with the opportunity to flourish in the wild.
The two have been involved in the project since 2009 and started working on the project in 2015.
They said the project had to survive the conditions in the region because of its location.
“I had to protect the land for a year, and it took years for us to build this treehouse,” said Soto.
Their team used gravel as a foundation and sandstone as the top layer.
The project is also using traditional materials, such as birch, pine and a stone, as the foundation.
According to project verita, the trees that have been planted have grown from 50 to 300 feet tall, each one is 3 feet wide.
Soto and Soto said the pine forest is one of the biggest projects in Guatemala they are very excited about it.
“[The project] is the result of people’s passion and hard work,” said Papa Project founder Pablo Soto, who works as a truck driver.
In order to build the project, the team hired Sierra Leonean engineer Bertrand Duarte, who also works as a construction contractor.
Bartlett Duarte said Sodium nitrate was used to help the trees grow, and the project also used sulfur dioxide as a natural fertilizer.
The forest has a large number of tree species, and the tree canopy is the largest on earth.
One of the most important things to do is to ensure that the forest is not polluted by human activities.
Duarte said that the project is working in conjunction with the Guatemalan government, and is working to improve the ecosystem and make it more sustainable.
After the project was started, the team also made a video showing the tree forest that they built in Guatemala which also shows how they are going to help the environment.
We are in the process of rebuilding the environment and helping the environment and making it more natural Sotos said.
On Twitter, Project Veritas President and CEO J.J. Watt tweeted, “This is how you survive: “Papayas, a community in Guatemala built a new treehouse in a forest in 2017.
What a wonderful environment.” (@JJWatt) The project has been supported by the American Government, World Bank, UNICEF and Institute of International Forestry as well as The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
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