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  • Book: All Things Dominican / Lo Dominicano

  • Book: New Perspectives - Dominican Republic

  • Book: Dominican Encyclopedic Dic. of Environment

  • Book: Towards Sustainable Dev. and Green Economy

  • Eco-friendly Bottle

  • Poster

  • Note Card: Box of 10

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  • Book: Lo Dominicano/ All things Dominican
    The national identity expresses itself daily through multiple forms and in numerous ways: from the use of customary proverbs, favorite hobbies and exquisite dishes to a vast repertory of dances famous throughout the world, festivities celebrated in the country and by Dominicans abroad, traditional use of potent medicinal plants or handicrafts made from larimar, amber, coconut shell or gourd, just to mention a few.
    Minimum Donation Amount:$59.00
  • Book: Towards Sustainable Development and Green Economy in the Dominican Republic
    "Hacia el desarrollo sostenible y la economía verde en la República Dominicana" promotes hands-on daily tips to green our everyday lives and businesses while showing international best practices and lessons learned on sustainability. Dimensions: 8 in x 8 in. 83 Pages. (Spanish version, August 2014). English version is coming soon.
    Minimum Donation Amount:$15.00
  • Book: New Perspectives: Dominican Republic
    Comprised of 400 aerial images, the book is divided into 9 chapters – Reflections of Light, Coasts, Heights, Plains, History, City, People, Tourism and Work – containing text pertaining to various aspects of the country’s history, culture, environment and contemporary life. It has become a point of reference for the national population, visitors, students, art and photography aficionados, the numerous Dominicans that reside outside the country and all those interested in a better understanding of the Dominican Republic. In English and Spanish.
    Minimum Donation Amount:$60.00
  • Eco-friendly Bottle
    Hot and Cold environmentally friendly bottle. 750ml (25oz). Double-walled and vacuum-sealed stainless steel. Does not sweat (for cold contents) or burn your hand (for hot contents). Removable mesh filter.
    Minimum Donation Amount:$15.99
  • Book: Dominican Encyclopedic Dictionary of the Environment
    This book is an A-Z guide on the environment and natural resources of the Dominican Republic. It contains 712 terms defined with the most up-to-date and comprehensive information, and is illustrated with 700 photos, 58 tables, 123 figures, which are complemented by 17 scientific articles on environmental challenges and conservation methods. The Dictionary seeks to increase understanding of the dangers of environmental degradation, while promoting respect, care and concern for the country’s natural resources, their protection and sustainable use. In Spanish only.
    Minimum Donation Amount:$60.00
  • Note Cards: Box of 10 note cards
    Saona Island photo. Beautifully designed postcards depicting the aerial scenery brought to life by the Dominican landscape. These postcards can be framed to enhance your décor, or will make a wonderful gift. Box of 10 note cards. Size: 8 1/2" x 5". The other 9 note cards photos include: Basilica of Higuey, Province of Altagracia; Sugar Cane, Province of La Romana; Los Haitises Park, Provincia of Hato Mayor; Templo of Americas, La Isabela, Province of Puerto Plata; Fishing in the Province of La Altagracias; Monte Cristi Salt Flats; Limon Waterfall, Province of Samana; Yamasa Mountain Range, Province of Monte Plata.
    Minimum Donation Amount:$10.00
  • Poster: Madama Beach, Province of Samana
    Beautiful aerial photographs developed into ten striking posters showcasing the wondrous Dominican Republic. This is your chance for photo-memories from the book New Perspectives: Dominican Republic. Size: 28" x 21". Madama Beach, photo.
    Minimum Donation Amount:$10.00
  • Poster: Mountain Range of Monte Cristi
    It is the most notorious and prominent geographic accident of the Northeastern coast. This prodigious natural formation features the double surprise of prividing a habitat for four endemic botanic species. Size: 28" x 21".
    Minimum Donation Amount:$10.00
  • Poster: Constanza Valley, Province of La Vega
    The name of Constanza has its origin in the legend the daughter of a local taino cacique who lived in the valley. In 1852, the British explorer and consul Sir Robert Hermann Schomburgk mentions the existence of a farm in the valley of Constanza. The town was formally founded in 1894. On September 9, 1907 the town was incorporated into a municipality in the province of La Vega. Size: 28" x 21".
    Minimum Donation Amount:$10.00
  • Poster: Duarte Peak, Province of San Juan
    Pico Duarte, located in the Cordillera Central of the Dominican Republic, is the highest peak of the Antilles at 3,087 meters. Earlier it was known as "Pelona grande"; in the 1930s it was christened "Pico Trujillo". Then, upon the death of the dictator, it was given its current name "Pico Duarte". Size: 28" x 21".
    Minimum Donation Amount:$10.00
  • Poster: Limon Waterfall, Province of Samana
    El Salto del Limon is about 300 meters above sea level, nestled under the lush green mountains of this province in the Dominican Republic. It is a spectacular waterfall isolated in the forest that covers the mountain range of la Sierra Samana in the interior of the Samana Peninsula. The arduous hike up is well worth it, with an extraordinary feeling of unparalleled beauty and tranquility through its tropical rain forest vegetation. Size: 28" x 21".
    Minimum Donation Amount:$10.00
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