On December 8, 2017, Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz joined lifelong activists Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn for a conversation about international solidarity and organizing in today’s political climate as a benefit to support the work of EcoViva and our partners in Central America. It was a wonderful party at the Impact Hub in Oakland, California! We enjoyed delicious Salvadoran food […]
It’s that time of year again! The Viva Fund is an annual campaign by EcoViva to raise money for programs that support young people in El Salvador. Youth in El Salvador often face incredible challenges. Poverty, lack of job opportunities, and the very serious threat of gang violence force too many young people to curtail their […]
Our report for 2016 is out! See the impact your support has had: EcoViva 2016 Annual Report. Thank you to all our individual donors and institutional funders for lifting up our work to protect the environment and build a fair rural economy in Central America.
We are proud to participate in a partnership that protects and restores one of the planet’s most critical ecosystems: mangrove forests. Why mangroves? Mangrove forests are unique and precious coastal ecosystems. These trees and shrubs have evolved to grow in the salty water and ever-changing environment of intertidal zones, balancing where land meets sea. They […]
The Mountainfilm festival in Telluride, Colorado, is one of the premier environmental film festivals in the country; thousands of people attend each spring. This year’s theme was “The New Normal” and the festival featured films on climate change, food security, outdoor adventures, and wildlife, and presentations by leading thinkers such as environmentalist and author Paul […]