Garden 4 ALL in Costa Rica

Update posted by Gardens4thePeople On Dec 16, 2014

My recent trip to Costa Rica was productive.  I did what I set out to do - replant the seed for the botanical garden project into the minds of numerous business people in the Quepos community and networked.    This time the ground was more fertile.  The economy is better and tourism is still booming.  I met 2 new supporters - two Costa Rican women.  One is the Director of the Chamber of Commerce and the other ran for mayor last term (did not win) but is running again in the next election.  Both are very excited about this future project for their community and want to help in any way that they can.

I am back in the U.S. and looking for work in Florida.  I will have to keep the seed watered from afar.

Any additional donations will be appreciated to help pay for the trip and my continued efforts.

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Backed with $40.00 On Dec 07, 2014


Leslie Althaus

Backed On Dec 07, 2014 Amount Hidden


Happy to help.


Backed On Dec 06, 2014 Amount Hidden


Donna created the private gardens at Casa Las Nubes. Her knowledge and passion for horticulture and the native plants of Costa Rica are expressed beautifully and enhance this small casa. Imagine what she can do on the scale of a public botanical garden to educate and delight the visitors and locals of Manuel Antonio/Quepos. Her vision has merit and is worthy of broad community support.

Casa Las Nubes

Backed with $100.00 On Nov 25, 2014


Alice & Diana

Backed On Nov 23, 2014 Amount Hidden


I truly hope this works out, gardens are something the world can always use more of.

Stephen Teresi

Backed On Nov 18, 2014 Amount Hidden



Backed On Nov 15, 2014 Amount Hidden


Elizabeth Auchterlonie

Backed with $25.00 On Nov 11, 2014


Excited about your project!

David and Kim

Backed On Nov 10, 2014 Amount Hidden

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