KILOMETERS DRIVEN


Look at this number! It shows every kilometer driven by the Greenhouse On Wheels. For each kilometer, 50 cents will be raised to support a local green project.

YOUR PROJECT

You can join our organic journey by submitting your green local project! A green project can be community garden, recycling project or activities with a positive impact on the environment. Any project, small or big, can benefit from this donation. Enrol now and become the next green project!

SUBMIT YOUR PROJECT

HOW TO WIN

We will only accept projects that take place in the countries visited by the GOW. So, you can submit your local green project from the current country visited by the GOW or that will be visited as part of our upcoming trip. We won’t publish it right away but we will publish it as soon as we visit your country.

TERMS & CONDITIONS

OTHER PROJECTS

It doesn’t matter how big or meaningful is your green project. We believe that every little project or activity can lead to big changes. So, we would like to bring our support in your green project to reduce the effects of global warming. Below, you can find our previous projects, which we hope will inspire you to participate!

GREENHOUSE

This was our first experiment in creating a Biobizz® vegetable garden. Biobizz® has converted a piece of land into a large vegetable garden for various plants and crops – chosen for their natural ability to grow well in the Netherlands, such as cauliflower, tomatoes, strawberries and various types of lettuce and herbs – all grown 100% natural of course.

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CHILDREN OF AFRICA

Children of Africa is a non-profit association with the goal to improve the situation of education, health and autonomy in Kenyan rural villages.

Ruben Valenzuela, industrial designer & product researcher at Biobizz®, volunteered at the Children of Africa project. He put his knowledge and experience to help the Kenyan community. Along with other volunteers, he taught at a school about agriculture, usage of medicinal plants, biology, geology and energy by setting up workshops. More than 35 families assisted, where each were given seeds, taught on how to cultivate by parcelling and how to make ecological compost for the plants.

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