In an environmental context often characterized by fear and paralysis, A Rocha is bringing hope through care of both people and places. We are preserving sensitive habitats and threatened species, growing organic food and feeding people living on low income, inspiring school children and training young people. A Rocha is changing the way people treat the earth.
Jubilee: Celebrating Sunsets and Treefrogs By Aurora Sarchet Recently, I walked out to catch the sun sinking over farm fields and losing itself behind the silhouettes of evergreens. I stood with bare feet [...]
Indwell Eco-Gardens by Jeremy Petrusma (Environmental Educator) During the month of August we spent ten days with tenants and volunteers from Indwell to create new “eco-gardens” at Strathearne Suites and Rudy Hulst Commons. Working alongside [...]
Protecting the Pond by Alan Constant (Summer Conservation Staff 2018, 2020) A Huge Undertaking It’s crazy how big and important ventures often have small beginnings. Careers, relationships, education decisions, can all be determined by a [...]