• An international alliance made up of lawyers, scientists, artists and personalities from different parts of the world, within the framework of the “More than Human Rights” initiative – MOTH,

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  • In March we had an important visit to the Los Cedros Scientific Station, from members of the Global Alliance for the Rights of Nature (GARN), who wanted to see first-hand the emblematic place where, for the first time in history, the Rights of Nature were legally applied to protect one of the most threatened critical […]

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  • During the months of September and January 2024, a group of around 15 community members from the Los Manduriacos Valley were trained in the evaluation of the ecological quality of rivers, as part of the topics addressed in the ranger training course.

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  • Within the framework of the forest ranger training course organized by the Los Cedros Scientific Station, aimed at community members of the Los Manduriacos Valley. A certified wild rescue and first aid workshop was held by the Provincial Board of the Imbabura Red Cross, from February 22 to 25.

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  • During the months of September and January 2024, a group of around 15 community members from the Los Manduriacos Valley were trained in the evaluation of the ecological quality of rivers, as part of the topics addressed in the ranger training course.

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  • Within the framework of the forest ranger training course organized by the Los Cedros Scientific Station, aimed at community members of the Los Manduriacos Valley. A certified wild rescue and first aid workshop was held by the Provincial Board of the Imbabura Red Cross, from February 22 to 25.

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  • In the period between August and November 2023, a team of researchers from the University of Missouri-St. Louis (Ajith Ashokan, Raj Prasai, Lindsey Dennison and Sebastian Forward), headed by Nathan Muchhala, and in collaboration with local students from the Pontifical Catholic University of Ecuador (Andrea Caicedo L.), a study was carried out at the Scientific […]

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  • On October 14, one of the most important bird watching events in the world took place, the “October Big Day”, we participated together with young inhabitants of the communities surrounding the Los Cedros Protective Forest, who are part of the Forest Ranger course, as well as fans of this important practice.

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  • In the month of September, the Forest Ranger training course promoted by the Los Cedros Scientific Station began,

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  • On the occasion of the celebration of the 55 years of the creation of the Cotacachi Cayapas National Park, the Ministry of Environment and Ecological Transition invited the Los Cedros Scientific Station to be part of the program.

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