SEA TURTLE PROTECTION
With BRITTNI FROM RASCAREY PROJECT
ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATOR & ARTIST
Brittni is a passionate Environmental Educator and Artist, and has been involved in many different Ecological Programs and Holistic movements in Canada and Costa Rica. Her focus is on leading and teaching mindfulness, Eco Literacy, Art, and Indigenous Wisdom to young children. For her it is important to help others learn about and strengthen their connection to themselves, Nature and the Arts. She believes that these entities can be interwoven and lead to a healthy and meaningful life. She left Canada two years ago for Costa Rica – following her heart and dreams, seeking a way of life that is closer to Nature – with the intention of putting herself in service of children, Earth and the animals. While in Costa Rica she has been on a mission: helping to put on a three day festival to raise funds for a rainwater catchsystem for clean drinking water in Drake Bay, has taken part in several reforestation initiatives, has given a talk about plant medicines at Envision Festival, has co-created a book about endangered Ocean Life with a group of young children, has DJed at various conscious events in the Southern Zone, and has co-founded RASCAREY.
ABOUT THE Organisation
RASCAREY is a Sea Turtle and Environmental Conservation Project in one of the most remote and biologically rich regions in Costa Rica (Rincon de San Josecito, 10km outside of Drake Bay). The camp is located on an Oceanfront Jungle farm, tucked right next to Corcovado National Park. It is only in its first year of development, but the mission is to make a true impact on the declining rates of our precious sea turtle friends, as well as to educate about sustainability and the importance of the regeneration of our Earth.
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ABOUT THE PROJECT
SEA TURTLE & ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
The project consists of two different seasons: the Sea Turtle Conservation Season and Sustainable Summer Immersion. Local and International volunteers have the opportunity to take part in hands-on sea turtle conservation efforts, upcycling projects, weekly beach cleanups, educational workshops, reforestation, mindfulness practices, creative expression, gardening, construction using natural resources, interaction with native plants and animals, and communal living.