Griselda, member of Campanita's Eco-Team, holds one of the many shields that decorate the Regional Assemblies. Behind her the banner of the Nature Princess.
Here are some of the few surviving photos of the many banners and paintings by the Sembradores. Below, two team banners seen on the wall behind Vikky as she prepares for a television appearance. The banner at left bears ancient Tiahuanaco designs on the borders, as well as two local butterfly species as main motives.
Below, Natali distributes hojas para pintar in front of a bambi banner. These art banners were painted for individual members to hang on their walls.
below, Lurdes paints a team banner.
The twin unicorns usually adorned local centers to incite imagination among the kids. Here Velela with pet.
A rare photo of a banner in the making. Natali applies water to create a cloudy effect with purple and blue.
Vikki chose as her personal banner an enlargement of her GOLDFLOWER she issued as prizes, in .925 silver and .900 fine gold (3.2 grams, struck over Austrian bullion coins). (see page index-15)
Each Eco Team had their own banner. All featured beautiful local species.
Each individual member of the EcoTeams painted their own banner if they chose to. Here Jessica's banner showing girls leading the movement to save nature.
Grabiela's team not only painted their banners, but t-shirts front and back.
Girls in a mountain village record eco-messages for local radio.
Rosa before her team's banner, showing her own mini-banner.
Unfinished banner featuring hummingbird pair in lotus as central theme.
Leticia headed the Court of the Princess in Nicaragua. Banner shows crowned butterfly in lotus, symbol of the Court.
Cheli and Teresa in front of the 6-doves banner of Jan, 2002. Teresa wears blouse bearing the shield of the personal atache of leader Daniel Dalai. She virtually ran the whole movement in its last days, with Cheli and Jessica.
Lurdes before the banner of the Court of the Princess in her town.
many educational banners such as this one were painted to adorn schools, events, parks, etc. Reads "The Bolivian forest, BIODIVERSITY, the most valuable treasure of the country"
Eco-Team XVI banner.
Natali gives out libritos in front of a new banner in the making.