'Down to Earth with Zac Efron' Featuring Ecoversity Co-Founder, Stephen BrooksOct 25, 2021
Check out Ecoversity's Co-Founder, Stephen Brooks, featured on Zac Efron's new Netflix show Down to Earth! Stephen guides Zac all around Costa Rica, exploring sustainable ways of living with his ecological projects, Punta Mona and Alegría Village.
Netflix’s travel documentary features Zac Efron journeying around the world with wellness expert Darin Olien to explore healthy and sustainable ways of living. The documentary also revolves around Efron traveling to other parts of the world as well including France, Puerto Rico, London, Iceland, Peru and Sardinia. When Zac connected with Stephen Brooks, he forever joined the Ecoversity family and our bountiful community to dive deep, and share these radically sound projects to the world.
We are honored to have Stephen showcasing his bountiful projects on this latest Nature & Ecology documentary on Netflix. Both Punta Mona and Alegría Village are featured on the show — Punta Mona is one of the oldest and most bio-diverse permaculture education centers in Central America — and Alegria Village is a new, flourishing ecological neighborhood in the hills of San Mateo, Costa Rica. Both of these projects relish in Ecoversity’s founding pillars and ethos, and we pride ourselves on Stephen’s ability to translate his visions into such awe-inspiring projects. Our team can not wait to share these idealisms with the rest of the world.
Join the Ecoversity Family & watch our beloved Co-Founder share the screen with Efron to showcase his passion and projects for Netflix’s greatest travel documentary, Down to Earth with Zac Efron!
View the Official Down to Earth Netflix Trailer with Zac Efron and Ecoversity Co-Founder Stephen Brooks! ✨👇🏼
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