free taters for out of staters 🤪
Jhamtse Gatsal is Tibetan for The Garden of Love and Compassion. Our goal was to bring sustainable solar energy, a new computer lab, and internet to the community. We all receive the biggest gift by giving back. Taking action for our planet is not the only part of being a humanitarian, but being educated, compassionate, and empathetic is key. Every day it is important to take care of others and put their needs before your own. This is what we all need to do, or we will not be able to solve our worlds problems. We must improve the human being in order to better our human doings.
We need to start caring about our planet. Video by @PaulNicklen , with @sea_legacy / Great Bear Rainforest / When it’s gone, it’s gone forever. The biodiversity in this pristine ecosystem is unlike any other in the world and worth protecting. Yet, the Provincial and Federal Governments of Canada continue to put it at risk by allowing open-net Atlantic fish farms to operate across critical marine habitat. Diseases from these open-net containment pens spread to the local wild salmon, and their populations are declining. Salmon are a bio-rich nutrient delivery mechanism that feeds the entire ecosystem – from orcas and seals – to eagles and spirit bears. After these predators feast, the leftover fish carcasses, packed with nitrogen, act as a fertilizer for the rainforest, allowing the trees to grow to an impressive size. Nitrogen from these leftovers can be traced to the top of Sitka trees. Without wild Pacific salmon, this entire ecosystem will suffer. My friends at @Sea -Legacy are working on a campaign to #GetFishFarmsOut , a call to the Provincial and Federal Governments of Canada to do the right thing. They campaigned on a promise to ensure the salmon farming industry does not endanger wild Pacific salmon. Yet, this is exactly what is happening. Check the link in at @Sea_Legacy to join us in the campaign to #GetFishFarmsOut . #TurningTheTide @wildfirstcanada @liannanixon
It’s been chill 2017, but I’m stoked for a new year
We made it to the top of Ishinca! 18,143 ft! From arriving in Peru to waking up at 3 am for a summit push, its been one heck of a journey with some amazing people, thanks so so much to everyone who has made this possible!
Giving back to the community and children of Pashpa created many memories and laughter. We provided new laptops to help grow their education, lights and solar panels, and new shoes and socks. This humanitarian effort gave us the opportunity to meet new people, create ultimate joy, and make a positive impact on a beautiful and welcoming community. #perujoy17
Crystal blue water plus snow-capped mountains equals the most beautiful sight you'll ever see, thanks so much to the people (tagged ) who made this possible! #perujoy17
Started off our Peru expedition with an amazing visit to Machu Picchu and the summit of Machu Picchu Mountain at 10,111 feet #perujoy17
Everest Base Camp, we made it
Just arrived in Nepal, looking forward to a rad adventure with a rad team #nepaljoy16
Traveling by train in India 👌🏼
Let's just say India was interesting...
I know I've posted a lot from Africa but I'm obsessed
I wish I could get away with throwing dirt on myself
Lions on a rock in the Serengeti in Tanzania, Africa
This reminds me of how important it is to give back to our planet and people, these people are the coolest
This women is a Datoga person, she taught me how to grind corn 🌽
It was amazing to see a Marabou Stork fly in and land right in front of us near the Ngorongoro Crater in Tanzania, Africa, but I wasn't aloud to share my lunch with it
Maasai people near the Ngorongoro Crater in Tanzania, Africa
Standing on the summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro!