Please make sure to follow our website and Facebook to keep up to date with the newest Updates from the Field each week! October 25-November 1, 2015 Howlers are having a field day feasting on Caucho flowers—most of these trees are in a phase now where they've lost their leaves and are festooned with yellow pollen structures. One morning, we saw
Starting today, and continuing each week from now on, TMA field staff will share short updates from the field on our website. Please make sure to follow our website and Facebook to keep up to date with the newest Updates from the Field each week! October 19 - 23, 2015 TMA welcomes new Fall interns
Non-Profit environmental story tellers Discover Conservation spoke with previous TMA intern Claudia Santori (Summer 2014) about her time spent in the Jama-Coaque Reserve. The interview can be read at the following link: http://www.discoverconservation.org/cloud-forest-coastal-ecuador-claudia-santori/
Tonight is the big premiere of Racing Extinction in New York City! Director Louie Psihoyos will be present and giving a Q&A session following the 7:40pm showing, and our own Jerry Toth will be present to represent Third Millennium Alliance: Reserva Jama-Coaque. The making of the film has been made carbon neutral because the Racing Extinction team, together
Third Millennium Alliance is excited to announce that the Oscar-winning director of The Cove, Louie Psihoyos, has decided to offset all of the carbon costs associated with his newest documentary film Racing Extinction in the Jama-Coaque Reserve, Ecuador! Racing Extinction highlights the current global extinction crisis and takes a grassroots approach to raising awareness of the crisis
Last week we completed the purchase of a 76 hectare property on the north side of the Reserve. The purchase was made with funds provided by long-term partner IUCN NL and our new partner SavingSpecies. The purchase is the first step towards a long-term effort to build a conservation corridor between the Jama-Coaque Reserve and
Check out some of the wildlife spottings by our Intern Coordinator Eva in our Wildlife Gallery, including this phenomenal photo of a Humpback whale while on a whale-watching trip with the Fall 2014 interns!
Do you have a passion for permaculture? Interested in living in and preserving one of the most threatened tropical forests in the world? We're hiring! Check out our Opportunities page for a full description of the Manager of Permaculture Operations position.