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Lake Atitlán, acclaimed as the world’s most beautiful lake by most who see it, is also threatened by all the usual problems that come with development. One of the principal goals of the Rotary E-Club Lake Atitlán is to work to improve the conditions that threaten it, for many years to come.

Our local Projects:

The great strength of Rotary is the ability to multiply money through the grant process, turning big ideas with small beginnings into big ideas with big outcomes. However, as all Rotarian’s are keenly aware, the Rotary Grant process can also be a very long, tedious affair.

Therefore, in order to try and meet the needs of small local projects, to the right of this note you will find a link to various community projects that are either executed directly by the Club or are executed by local NGO’s and supervised by Rotary members who work with the executing NGO. All of the projects listed are ‘Rotarian guaranteed’ and Rotarian monitored to be exactly what they say they are, and your support for any of them, if an American taxpayer, can be fully tax-deductible.


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Meeting ID: 624-731-301

Note: Meetings are held in both English and/or Spanish.

Tul reforestationTul Reforestation - Rotary Member John Edward Van Lente is proposing an agressive Tul Reforestation Program, entitled “Natural Interventions to Revitalize the Biodiversity of Lake Atitlan Guatemala.” The proposal states that remediation will start on November 15, 2017 and be completed by September 15, 2018.  In that time period, approximately 7,242 square meters of tul reeds (over 144,000 plants) will be replanted after being harvested from other sites.  Some of these new sites will be strategically located to intercept current contaminated entry sites to the lake such as Rio San Francisco in Panajachel.

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Rotary e-Club Lake Atitlan is supported by the following NGO's and businesses: