A COMMUNITY OF MINDFUL WARRIORS
The SAMBAZON community is a world without borders. It’s our farmers who are dedicated to protecting the biodiversity of the Amazon while supporting their community. It's the college students who amaze us with ingenuity when it comes to green initiatives.
It's the conscious consumers who are committed to feeding their families healthy, nutrient-rich food. It's the team of incredible individuals who inspire us daily to do our best...it's you.
“There is no one solution to save the Amazon Rainforest. A wide variety of sustainable and effective initiatives are needed to keep the forest alive and this can only be achieved if economic alternatives and solutions to destructive logging can be found.
The tasty dark violet wine of Açaí is the most important non timber forest product (NTFP) in terms of money from the river of the Amazon.”
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A movement to protect 30 species in 30 days. Are you ready to save the Rainforest and stop the extinction of its species? YOU can do it! Simply dye your hair purple, tag us @SAMBAZON #purplefortheplanet with your selfie, and we'll help preserve 5 acres of rainforest on your behalf through the Rainforest Trust Foundation. Each time we protect 584 acres, we save another animal from extinction!
THE TRI ORG
The tri is an organization comprised of human beings and businesses who are working for the betterment of mankind and not as a detriment. We are of all colors, races, creeds, and beliefs, but we are aligned with the same principles of truth, equality, diversity, empathy, compassion, integrity, peace, emotion, responsibility, community and accountability. We are comprised of the many that have become conscious of the world around us and have taken on the task of awakening the rest from the sea of unconsciousness we have been swimming in far too long.
Street River is an unprecedented social project created by Brazilian artist Sebá Tapajós. Since 2014, the event brings together exponents of the street art scene from Brazil and the world to improve living conditions along the Amazon River near Belém do Pará, by bringing arts, education and recognition for approximately 20,000 native people, which for decades has been marginalized by the Brazilian government.
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