SAN JOSE, Costa Rica, Dec. 17, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Virgin Rainforest Rescue recently launched a website to offer everyday people a chance to help preserve and protect some of the wildest virgin rainforest in Costa Rica, all by simply purchasing their share one square meter at a time.
The organization was founded by Mariana Peters, a young activist from the Turrialba region of Costa Rica who is devoted to saving the kind of rich forest land that her country is known for. By teaming up with attorney Victor Maffioli, Peters and Rainforest Rescue are working to keeping developers from destroying this pristine tract of land by selling it off in one square meter parcels on their website, http://www.virginrainforestrescue.com/.
The website offers visitors the chance to purchase plots of land for themselves, or give plots as gifts. The site offers gift-givers the ability to register the plot of land in their recipient's name, and they can present their lucky loved one with proof that they now own a little piece of this incredibly biologically diverse area of the planet. Peters and Maffioli hope that holiday shoppers consider supporting their new conservation organization by purchasing these "feel good" gifts that can truly make a difference. In addition to launching their new website, the duo have also taken to social media to connect with fans, fellow activists, and people looking for that perfect, unique present this holiday season. Enter promo code- chel45 for 20% discount.
For more information on Virgin Rainforest Rescue, visit their new website at http://www.virginrainforestrescue.com/, or follow them on Twitter (@1MeterVrfr) Email. Call Chelsea Diamond at 888-434-9434 toll free.
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