Toledo Institute for Development and Environment
Conservation, Biodiversity, Fisheries
Punta Gorda, Toledo
In the heart of the Maya Mountain Marine Corridor, in Southern Belize, the Toledo Institute for Development and Environment (TIDE) is working with communities to promote sustainable use and management of the area’s rich resources, from the peaks of the highest forest ridges to the coral reefs of the ocean floor.
In partnership with the Government of Belize, TIDE manages three protected areas within this stunning landscape: the Port Honduras Marine Reserve, Payne’s Creek National Park and the TIDE Private Protected Lands. Together, these areas form some of the most pristine habitat in the entire Mesoamerican Complex
We have four focal areas: Research and Monitoring, Education and Outreach, Resource Protection, and Community Development.
These work towards TIDE's vision:
"To engage stakeholders in the sustainable management of natural resources within the Maya Mountain Marine Corridor of southern Belize for the benefit of all."
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