Planting peace in El Salvador

Jeffrey, Paul
June 1996
Christian Century;6/05/96, Vol. 113 Issue 19, p606
Reports on the `National Reconciliation Forest' project in El Salvador, an effort launched to remember the dead killed in the country's civil war. Planting of trees in memory of La Conquista Cooperative members killed during the war; Construction of firebreaks to protect woodland areas; Education of farmers about use of natural resources; Coordination of project by Center for Rural Development Education (CEDRO).


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