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Growing forests and livelihoods with help from Man and Nature

Posted in Nonprofit Partners | by kate@pasopacifico.org, Wednesday, July 2nd, 2014, Tags: , , , , , , , , ,

by Richard Joyce Marcela Gutierrez, Paso Pacífico’s agronomist, has been eagerly awaiting the rainy conditions that will allow planting of thousands of trees in the…

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Poco a Poco, Bird by Bird

by Sarah Otterstrom I grew up spending lazy summers along the shores of northern lakes in the Inland Pacific Northwest. Maybe this is where my…

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Wetlands Infill

Posted in Nonprofit Partners | by kmcintire@mountainwatch.org, Friday, October 11th, 2013, Tags: , ,

One of the really exciting things about wetlands restoration is how quickly nature responds to a little care and love.  Many wetland plants are easy…

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Building Resilience: Beekeeping in the Paso del Istmo

by Richard Joyce Paso Pacifico Meliponiculture Intern A lean man past middle age, Francisco Cerda still goes to work most days of the week at a…

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Spectacled bear conservation in Ecuador

Posted in Nonprofit Partners | by info@cordilleratropical.org, Tuesday, January 28th, 2014, Tags: , , , , , ,

Pyramid lives on!  A uniquely patterned Andean, or spectacled bear, with a white inverted pyramid on its brow has appeared once again in our forest…