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Trees in pastures provide benefits for cattle : An interview with Laura Lojano of Fundación Cordillera Tropical

Posted in Nonprofit Partners | by info@cordilleratropical.org, Friday, February 6th, 2015, Tags: , , , , , , , , ,

Cuenca, Ecuador (5 February 2015) – Laura Lojano, Fundación Cordillera Tropical’s Project Coordinator, recently visited the Research Center for Sustainable Systems for Agricultural and Ranching…

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New silvopastoral project plants trees in pastures adjacent to Ecuador’s Sangay National Park

Posted in Nonprofit Partners | by info@cordilleratropical.org, Tuesday, August 5th, 2014, Tags: , , , , , , ,

We’ve planted thirteen thousand trees.   On a recent Tuesday morning, Eugenio and Milton finished digging yet another hole on a rain-soaked hillside.  The brothers along…

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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…

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A puma ate my alpaca: Human-Wildlife Conflicts in the Nudo del Azuay

Posted in Nonprofit Partners | by info@cordilleratropical.org, Monday, December 15th, 2014, Tags: , , , , , , , ,

Cuenca, Ecuador –  ”It’s true. Soon after a kill, or even before the alpaca expires, pumas lap up their blood from wounds on the neck….

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A Day of Field Work in the Tropical Andes

Posted in Nonprofit Partners | by info@cordilleratropical.org, Wednesday, May 7th, 2014, Tags: , , , , ,

It was still early in our ten hour field day for water to be sloshing inside my right boot, but when I slipped off a…