EDEN Community located in the northeastern part of Nicaragua.

EDEN COMMUNITY

EDEN WAS FOUNDED IN SEPTEMBER 2018.

EDEN is situated in the northeastern part of Nicaragua, it is a rural zone that is destined to be the heart of Nicaragua renewable fuel and energy supply in the years to come.

We currently produce oil production, biodiesel production and glycerin production in our facility, to date in our first year of conception we have around 850+ families that are part of our program and every month this figure increases.

We have connected hundreds of rural families and dozens of communities with road access and a permanent livelihood, to date we have cultivated over 2,975 hectares and planted more than 3,272,500 trees in the last 11 months, our goal is to create over 100,000 new jobs and at the same time plant over 1 billion trees here in Nicaragua over the next few years, this will generate over 1 billion dollars per year in additional revenue and boost the local economy.

SATELLITE IMAGE SHOWS LIGHT GREEN REPRESENTS DESTROYED RAINFOREST, DARK GREEN REPRESENTS WHAT IS LEFT OF OUR RAIN FORESTS.

MEET WITH EDEN COMMUNITY PEOPLE AND GROW WITH US

JOURNEY WITH US

THE DESTRUCTION OF OUR RAIN FOREST AND REPARATION VIA OUR EFFORTS

Nature Reforestation

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DURING

AFTER

COFFEE PRODUCTION IN EDEN

Here in EDEN we produce the highest quality coffee (SHADE GROWN COFFEE) by way of inter-cropping with our propriety CASTOR, thus bringing the world both high quality clean burning combustible, along with high quality, great tasting natural shade grown coffee, all at the same time.

THE PRESERVATION OF OUR RAINFORESTS "Indigenous Trees"

CoNic and the EDEN initiative

We at CoNic and the EDEN initiative have pledged to incorporate the cultivation of indigenous trees to help combat climate change and the extinction of our rainforests. With every hectare of our proprietary Castor we cultivate to produce clean burning renewable energy we plant nine indigenous trees that live between 50 to 100 years and grow to heights over 100 ft. This will ensure for generations to come the preservation of our rainforests and natural landscapes, along with the preservation of the indigenous cultures and people who habitat these regions so all humanity can enjoy and appreciate.

OAK TREE

LAUREL TREE

NANCITE TREE

GUAYABO TREE

Central American Jungle, River Coco Between Honduras and Nicaragua

NATIONAL INDIGENOUS RESERVE¬† “BOSAWAS”

Here we are mobilizing over 30 indigenous communities in rural, rural Central America, literally the rainforest, h√°bitat-ed by the indigenous Mayan tribe for over 1500 years, see ancient murals-hieroglyphics, crocodiles, tropical birds along our journey down the river Coco bordering Honduras and Nicaragua. We are all working together in a joint effort to recuperate our dilapidated rain forests, or what is left of it.

Pre-organization

Implementation

Preservation