Please make sure to follow our website and Facebook to keep up to date with the newest Updates from the Field each week! March 2016 So it's been a little while, which we apologize for! We've been busy with welcoming interns and staff transitions, but we're back! Learn all about our new Science and Intern Manager on our Management
Please make sure to follow our website and Facebook to keep up to date with the newest Updates from the Field each week! January 31-February 6, 2016 1. Small rare jewel? All of the hummingbirds that grace the Jama-Coaque with their presence are appreciated, but we may have had a recent sighting of a Little Woodstar (Chaetocercus bombus). According
Please make sure to follow our website and Facebook to keep up to date with the newest Updates from the Field each week! January 24-30, 2016 1. Water system takes teamwork: Heavy rains disrupted the functioning of the reserve's spring-box and sand filter water system recently, yielding the ironic situation of a (purified) water shortage right after a deluge
Please make sure to follow our website and Facebook to keep up to date with the newest Updates from the Field each week! November 16-21, 2015 1. Congrats to the latest “crop” of PDC graduates! Interns Mary and Lisa are now holders of Permaculture Design Certificates, having participated in a two-week theoretical and practical course. The knowledge and perspective they've gained will
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.
Discovery alert! While on the Aguas Frias trail, TMA staff members Hannah and Marquez and intern Cassandra came across an injured Brown Wood Turtle (Rhinoclemmys annulate), considered Endangered in Ecuador. This little guy was found at approximately 500 meters in altitude, and got a free stay at the Bamboo House during his two-day nursing period.
Adios to Ben, Danielle, and their melons! 2013 has brought with it changes to our management staff! Sadly we bid adieu to Ben Bowman and Danielle Hayes, whose commitment and hard work we will forever be grateful for. We wish them luck and a safe journey as they embark on their bicycle trip