Together we can protect South America’s only bear species
You’re invited to Beer for Bears – an event to promote awareness about the Andean bear of South America and raise funds for Nature and Culture International’s work in the Andes Mountains.
Nature and Culture International’s Board of Directors has appointed Matt Clark as President and CEO of the organization.
“I am deeply honored to have been chosen to lead Nature and Culture International’s talented, committed staff and board and grateful to our dedicated community of supporters who recognize and value the critical importance of our work protecting the planet.” Matt Clark, President and CEO of Nature and Culture International.
Nature is calling to thank you for your continued support. Our second ever newsletter shares how you have made the protection of millions of acres of biodiverse ecosystems possible.
We hope that with this little bit of news, you will be inspired by the programs that you have supported that help nature and culture thrive.
Click on the link to read the full publication! Nature and Culture Newsletter, Spring 2018
Nature and Culture International plays leading role in creating “untouched” stronghold for spectacled bear and other threatened species
Cheers erupted among the 600 attendees as Ecuador declared Río Negro – Sopladora National Park, Ecuador’s first national park in nearly a decade. Río Negro will eliminate a significant unprotected gap in the Sangay – Podocarpus Corridor, a 100-mile bridge of highly diverse and protected mountain ecosystems connecting Sangay and Podocarpus national parks.