.This interview, with Meghan Casey of the Chilamate Rainforest Eco Retreat, is the kind of conversation that can change the fabric of a project’s relationship with its region and neighbors. We discuss community outreach projects that anyone can do: including teaching English, promoting cooking classes and homestay/farmstay experiences for guests to have authentic cultural experiences with the locals, organizing cacao and coffee tours, raising children in such a work-life situation, and more!
If you’ve wondered how to effectively provide value to your outer community, create goodwill, and foster regional resiliency, this episode is for you!
We've prepared a PDF to offer you a short list of some things that you can do to create goodwill and resilience in your community. You can download it at https://sharinginsights.net/community-outreach.
To follow more of Chilamate Rainforest Eco-Retreat’s adventures in community outreach and micro-business creation, check them out at:
Website – https://www.chilamaterainforest.com/
Also, be sure to check out Meghan’s free video guiding you to Experience Forest Therapy at: https://youtu.be/N0EY3mZs-Cc
Other recommendations from Meghan:
Rainforest Alliance: https://www.rainforest-alliance.org/
Hungry Planet photobook: https://amzn.to/2RB776H
World Leadership School: https://worldleadershipschool.com/
Teach United: https://www.teachunited.org/
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Special thanks to Peter Mukuru for editing this episode!
Music: Rite of Passage by Kevin MacLeod