Since last year, the team at the Reserva Cerro Paine’s organic garden has stopped using plastic to wrap vegetables and have implemented a sustainable organic waste management system.
The initiative emerged as a way to maintain the quality and freshness of fruits and vegetables with no need to wrap them in plastic. It is led by the manager of the organic garden, Carolina Escobar and her team, Paloma Cavieres, Daniel Herbison and Susan Mckenzie, as well as volunteers.
With great success concludes a journey through the “O” circuit of Torres del Paine, which was made by members of the Ayüwn Foundation.
Can you imagine hiking the “O” circuit of Torres del Paine without being able to see or hear what’s going on around you, or simply with one of your senses diminished? Undoubtedly, it is a very different experience than the majority of the population is used to. A unique challenge that could be achieved by an enthusiastic group of six people with disabilities (visual, auditory and cognitive) with support and in the company of their volunteers.