Community Outreach Programs
Central to Earth Train's mission is the involvement of local and indigenous communities in the process of biocultural renewal.
We never envisioned the Mamoní Valley Preserve as an exclusive place of fences and Keep Out signs. Rather we sought to ensure that the watershed of the Rio Mamoní—the source of potable water for thousands of people—remain a place of enduring beauty and productivity protected by a diversity of share holders, from agriculturists feeding a growing nation to the children growing to love and respect the precious gifts of Mother Nature.
- Stephen Wiel, Ph.D., Director, Mamoní Valley Preserve
See What We've Been Doing
Official Release: The Mamoni Valley Preserve Video
15 August, 2015
Corazones Contentos Plants New Seeds
28 July, 2015
Contented Hearts on Children's Day
22 July, 2015
Happy Children's Day!
16 July, 2015
Earth Train launches "Corazones Contentos" Program in the Mamoní Valley
27 May, 2015
ISP Service Learning at the Mamoní Valley Preserve
18 May, 2015
Calling All Young Conservationists!
20 April, 2015
25 March, 2015
Ananda School Visit
16 March, 2015
Earth Train Intern Cameron Harnish Writes About His River Trip to Cangandi, Guna Yala
25 October, 2014
Earth Train in La Zahina to Help Facilitate a Town Meeting
19 October, 2014
Earth Train Celebrates the Official Grand Opening of Panama's Frank Gehry-Designed Biomuseo with Museum Staff and Special Guests
1 October, 2014
Rainforest Capital in Panama for Strategy Talks with Earth Train in the Mamoní Valley Preserve
18 September, 2014
The First Mamoní Pool Party: Thank You Hubbard Family Swim School!!
15 July, 2014
Spotlight on Biocultural Leadership Day Three: A Day at the Museum
14 November, 2013
Spotlight on Biocultural Leadership Day Two: A Spiritual Connection
13 November, 2013
Special chance to recognize a young hero: A message from Nathan Gray, Co-Executive Director.
1 September, 2012
Aperture: Guna Yala Learning Adventure
1 January, 2011