Big Brother is the reality Argentinian par excellence where a group of strangers live together for several months to earn 15 million pesos. In Córdoba, there is a very similar situation, with two transcendental differences: It is not televised and it is for a purpose 100% ecological.
It’s all about the project water forestwhere a group of 20 people live together for 60 days to reforest the Sierras Grandes of Córdoba. The ultimate goal is to plant 100,000 trees, with the work of volunteers who live under conditions of extreme sustainability.
This is how Bosque de Agua employees live
The project was disseminated by one of the project volunteers, santiago moretowho shared a video on Tiktok detailing the conditions in which young people live.
It is a house built entirely of garbage, located in the Cordoba town of Villa Yacanto, which has two rooms: a kitchen-dining room and a bedroom. While, toilets are cubicles located outside of the house.
“We have dry toilets, which are loaded with sawdust, and when they are full they have to be emptied. There are two showers that are regulated together, with soaps and biodegradable shampoo,” he explains. Santiago while showing the facilities.
And he added: “We live near a cougar cave, with an outdoor gym. At night the casino is set up, where shower minutes and similar benefits are bet”.
An ecological and non-profit project
“We are very happy to reforest the Sierras de Córdoba,” closed the young man in his video. Specifically, the project aims to plant thousands of trees, which help the reconstruction of the forests and of the rivers.
On its social networks, the Bosque de Agua project details: “Here are 20 locals in the mountains who decided to dedicate it to our dream: make forests. Two months in the task of restoring. To restore us 110 thousand trees. 70 hectares of native forest. A human experience that pierces our hearts”.
And they added: “We are going to plant for two weeks. 25 thousand trees planted already. We feel blessed that we were encouraged to dream big and go for it.”