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Get inspired by the amazing projects we have supported over the past few years:
THE MOSSY EARTH NATIVE REFORESTATION PROJECT
We are delighted to be supporting the Mossy Earth Native Oak reforestation project in Northern Portugal and Ireland for 2017 and 2018.
Mossy Earth are planting trees near some of the popular walking routes in Northern Portugal. Following the devastating wild fires in 2017 this project aims to deliver environmental change and fight climate change with their unique approach to planting.
The reforestation project in Northern Portugal works with fire resistant types of wood to help restore the nature flore and avoid the wildfire disasters that occurred in 2017.
Greenlife Tours have committed to support this project with funding, marketing and all necessary components to ensure that the team build international awareness of the campaign this year.
TRAIL WARDEN EDUCATION ON THE BURREN WAY, IRELAND
The Burren Way trail warden project was the worthy winner of the Greenlife Fund 2016.
The project was designed to educate and train wardens to help maintain and manage the fantastic Burren Way trail in County Clare, South West Ireland.
The long-distance Burren Way takes hikers from the village of Lahinch and across the Burren, passing the spectacular Cliffs of Moher. The Cliffs of Moher coastal path is the most visited hiking trail in Ireland.
THE GREAT CAMINO CLEAN-UP WITH A GREENER FUTURE
In 2015, we were delighted to support A Greener Future as the main sponsors of their Great Camino Clean Up on the Caminho Portugues, the Camino de Santiago route from Lisbon to Santiago.
Mike and Rochelle from A Greener Future, walked 650 kms from Portugal to Spain and collected nearly 6,000 pieces of litter along the way.
I’LL PUSH YOU: JUSTIN AND PATRICK’S INSPIRATIONAL JOURNEY
In 2014 Justin Skeesuck and Patrick Gray set out on an adventure like no other. How this came about is one of the main reasons we supported this worthy cause. Justin is required to use a motorised wheelchair following a terrible car accident when he was 16 and the onset of a debilitating neuromuscular disease.
Now Justin dedicates his life to supporting others and inspiring people with disabilities to keep living their lives to the full. When he came up with the idea to do the 800km full trail of the Camino Frances his life-long friend Patrick agreed to join him and push him all the way to Santiago.
In 2017, Justin and Patrick released I’ll Push You, a book and a movie documenting their incredible Camino journey and inspiring friendship.
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