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In Collaboration with

Oro Verde Bambú




Puebla, México


The project carried out by the Oro verde Bambú cooperative began in June 2013 with the planting of 12,000 bamboo seedlings, encompassing 8 species, including native species and others brought from different parts of the world, spanning a trajectory of approximately 40 years in the history of bamboo in Mexico.

The species are as follows: Oldhami, Phylostachis aurea, Gigantachloa atter, Dendrocalamus asper, Timor black, Dendrocalamus giganteus, Phylostachis bambusoide, Guadua Angustifolia Kunt.

The plants were planted across 40 hectares belonging to the community of Tlamaya Grande, an auxiliary board of Tlapacoya, in the State of Puebla.

The first stage consisted of planting 700 seedlings, which took place on June 22, 2013, under the direction of Architect Martin Abdí, with the collaboration of a team of approximately 10 people.

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