Our Belize Resort is nestled between the river and the rainforest beneath a towering cotton tree. Not just a beautiful resort, we provide an experience with attention to details.
Extensive information about the flora, fauna and culture here in Central America. The wonders of this land are far more than any one book could ever hope to describe. This website is a labor of love by the webmaster of Fruit-Full to share with the world.
Fruit-Full; designed to bring sustainable futures to the indigenous and native populations of the Central American and Caribbean region. Interact with us in real time on Facebook. Become a part of our outreach and success.
Maya Mountain Cacao sources premium cocoa beans from smallholder Belizean farmers for makers of fine chocolate products.
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Promoting the well-being of the people, the communities,and the environment we share in the Toledo District of Belize.
The majority of people who come on these eco-tourism and marine conservation diving expeditions/trips are passionate about the environment and want to put something back (Responsible Tourism).
Southern Environmental Association (SEA) is a newly created non-governmental organization, developed when two longstanding conservation organizations, Friends of Nature (FoN) and the Toledo Association for Sustainable Tourism and Empowerment (TASTE) merged to ensure improved community involvement in the conservation and co-management of the natural resources in Southern Belize.
Sustainable Harvest International (SHI) has worked with families in rural farming communities in Belize, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama since 1997. Using organic vegetable gardens, wood-conserving stoves, biogas digesters and a host of other projects, SHI's local field trainers work together with families, individuals and communities to preserve our planet's tropical forests while overcoming poverty. Our five-phase approach to solving the agricultural, ecological and economic problems of Central America is innovative, hands-on and long-term.
TCGA has become a unifying force in a community where there are two distinct cultural and language groups: the Kekchi Maya and their neighbours the Mopan Maya. Mistrust and suspicion between the communities had been exacerbated when aid workers, missionaries and government officials were suspected of favouring one group over the other. Within TCGA there is one shared goal - to sell Green & Black's as much good quality cacao as possible.
TIDE is a non-governmental organization that fosters community participation in resource management and sustainable use of ecosystems within Maya Mountain.
Ya'axché Conservation Trust is a Belizean organization which aims to maintain healthy forests, rivers and reefs for the benefit of all. Through protected area management, advocacy, and working hand in hand with communities Ya'axché strives to develop capacity for the wise use of land and natural resources in and around the Maya Golden Landscape in Toledo.