November 30, 2022
July 1, 2022 We launched our web site “inochi-trees.org.”
July 31, 2022 We have received $6,882 donation.
August 31, 2022 We have received $7,502 donation in total.
September 22, 2022 “Flying River,” 8’ x 12’ (2.43 m x 3.65 m), acrylic on canvas, was painted on the roof of Kaz’s studio in Berkeley, California. Zé Paiva from Brazil took sideview and drone photos of the process and posted them in Instagram and Facebook.
September 30, 2022 We have received $10,385 donation in total.
October 12, 2022 We have applied for a matching grant of $65,000 for 2023 to Amazon’s Partners Platform in partnership with the United States Agency for International Development and Bioversity/CIAT Alliance.
October 31, 2022 We have received $23,420 donation in total.
November 20, 2022 We launched our Japanese web site: https://inochi-earth.org/treesjp
November 30, 2022 We have received $25,145 donation in total.
We are currently holding fund for Brazil till January, 2023, as the matching fund we have applied for will start in January.
Our objective is to raise $73,000 by June 30, 2023.
[Our web site “inochi-trees.org” is in process of improvement.
Our Japanese web site is being constructed.]
Thank you for all your support. We are very happy to work with you. Please keep spreading word. Kazuaki Tanahashi for Inochi
“Flying Rivers,” 8’ x 12’ (2.43 m x 3.65 m), acrylic on canvas, was painted on the roof of Kaz’s studio in Berkeley, California, on September 22, 2022. Zé Paiva from Brazil took sideview and drone photos of the process and posted them in Instagram and FaceBook. There have been a great number of positive responses, as people seem to recognize that we all need to work together to help plant trees in Amazon Rainforest.
Your visit to www.inochi-trees.org may clarify what “flying rivers” are and their significance for regulating the global climate.
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