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LA CRUZ HABITAT PROTECTION PROJECT, INC Overview
Dedicated to forest restoration and promoting sustainable forest management in Central Mexico to benefit the people and other creatures, specially the Monarch butterflies who depend on the forests, as well as to assure a healthy planet for future generations.
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I first learned of LCHPP, Inc. in 2007 or 2008 while we were building our house in Zirahuen. I was told that LCHPP provided trees for reforestation. Our property had many old neglected peach trees but not much in the way of native trees except for jaras. I wanted to plant trees in order to ...
I have first-hand experience about the ways in which the La Cruz Habitat Protection Project and its Forests for Monarchs Program are helping to restore the forests and watersheds of South-Central Mexico and improve the lives of the poor rural people who live in the project areas. I have met and ...
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La Cruz Habitat Protection Project (LCHPP), working as 'Forests for Monarchs,' was able to plant an additional 600,000 trees in Central Mexico last summer (2011). And, despite a difficult economic climate and increased challenges to fundraising, LCHPP has committed to planting an additional 600,...
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