VOTE NOW!!! Help TMA win funding from EOCA

Starting today (March 9th) and running until March 23rd, Third Millennium Alliance has a unique opportunity to receive funding from the European Outdoor Conservation Association (EOCA). Our project "Protecting the forests of the Jama-Coaque Conservation Corridor in Coastal Ecuador" has been selected as a finalist for the EOCA conservation grant, which will help us significantly

Updates from the Field: Feb. 7-13

Please make sure to follow our website and Facebook to keep up to date with the newest Updates from the Field each week! February 7-13, 2016 1. Tropical Bird Feeder in action:  After several trial runs with fruit and nectar feeders set up in various places,  we have initiated a new pilot study at the Bamboo House—a tropical bird feeder

Planting gets underway!

This year we are planting 7,300 native timber trees into pasture land as part of an ongoing demonstration, proving that landowners CAN earn a comfortable living AND support biodiversity at the same time. Cattle ranching, aside from being a major agent of deforestation, does not support much beyond cattle and grass; native timber plantations provide

Pasture Converted to Forest

Community members, interns, and TMA staff reforesting the Finca Madera plot. TMA is proud to announce that we have begun our first agro-forestation project! Seventeen acres of land were purchased last year, and has been transformed from cattle pasture to tree haven. January 2013 saw the planting of 6500 native hardwood trees, including

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