Magdalena Rivera

My journey started in Australia in 2006, doing volunteering work in farms, ashrams, and eco-villages. There I was in contact for the first time with permaculture and communities of this amazing movement. In 2010 I started the first project saving, rescue natural forest in Bolivia, where we bought 30 hectares of land in North Yungas close to the City of la Paz between Caranavi. in this forest,  I  used to live for two years in that territory inside one community of indigenous Quechua and Aymara people, actually, the project is on the hands of the Hare Krishna Vrinda Family temple from la Paz as a sanctuary and protected forest area.