Earthlife Community

Part of the vision for Earthlife is to become a global community for the stewardship of the Earth, made up of people who wish to help return polluted and degraded lands and waters to renewed health and abundance, and to ensure that this abundance is available for us all to share, and for future generations to enjoy.

Many of the communities and dedicated project leaders in this field are often working in isolation, in rural areas where their actions and passions are not validated or supported by those around them. By providing a network of communication and support, we can  share dreams, doubts, challenges and successes, and connect into a global web of grassroots initiatives that together are a powerful and positive force for change.

Our first step towards this is the quarterly publication of “Earthlife News” which will share latest news about the projects within the Earthlife Community, as well as other inspirational and relevant stories from around the world. The first issue of Earthlife News will be published online in the spring of 2016 and sent to all Earthlife subscribers (you can sign up at the bottom of this page).

We also have a Facebook page which has regular updates and postings on the topics of regeneration, forests, regenerative economy etc.

By the end of 2016 we will have the first version on an online community platform for networking and sharing of ideas and knowledge, and for facilitating collaboration and mutual support. This will be hosted on the InSpace platform (currently in beta-testing).

Our vision is to also organise gatherings of Earthlife Community members, at one of the Earthlife Project sites.


1. Provide a platform for Earthlife members to network with each other, share skills and knowledge.

2. Provide access to project management, planning and financial advice.

3. Assistance in creating products, and accessing fairtrade supply chains.

3. Implement a cryptocurrency system of  “Earthlife Credits” within the community.

4. Recognize and raise awareness of the value of rural communities that are both financially and ecologically sustainable.


Pato planting trees crop

 The community of Agua Santa planting trees in the Andes of Ecuador, as part of the project “Dressing the Mountains in Green