Clean Water Non-Profit El Porvenir Partners with Taylor Guitars to Make Sweet Music

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Non-profit El Porvenir, who partners to provide clean water and reforestation in Central America, benefits from logged Old-Growth trees reincarnated as guitars.

We are thrilled that from an environmental remediation project, an instrument of top quality can now generate funding for projects that will save lives and rebuild forests for people who live off the land,” said El Porvenir Director, Jenna Saldana.

Premiere guitar maker Taylor Guitars is providing new life for century-old Engelmann Spruce trees rescued from a mine remediation project, by creating the limited Edition Holden Village GS Mini guitar series. The proceeds from each guitar benefit Clean Water Colorado-based nonprofit El Porvenir and Living Waters for the World.

El Porvenir partners with communities in rural Nicaragua to establish collaborative solutions to build and maintain reliable safe water systems.

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About El Porvenir
El Porvenir is an international nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the standard of living through sustainable development in clean water, sanitation, health education and watershed management. In partnership with the people of Nicaragua, for 24 years El Porvenir has successfully ensured the standard of living of rural Nicaraguans by building appropriate technology (wells, latrines, community washing stations, and fuel efficient stoves) as well as provides communities with the tools they need to manage their water, sanitation, and forestry resources.

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Trudy Perry
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