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Things we love about the mono titi, the grey-crowned Central American Squirrel Monkey

Posted in Nonprofit Partners | by director@monotiti.org, Wednesday, July 30th, 2014, Tags: , , , , , , , , ,

Listed below are our Top 3 reasons why we love the mono tití, or the Grey-crowned Central American squirrel monkey (Saimiri oerstedii citrinellus). At Titi…

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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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Sabalo project: Titi Conservation Alliance supporting local farmers

Titi Conservation Alliance is currently reaching out into the community to expand our reforestation efforts, at the same time seeking ways in supporting local farmers…

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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…