Khutzeymateen Provincial Park, also known as K’tzim-a-deen Grizzly Sanctuary, is a wild, way-off-the-beaten-path land and marine park established specifically to safeguard grizzly bears and their habitat. Scientists estimate that about 50 grizzlies are protected by the no-hunting restrictions of the remote rain forest sanctuary. The only way to see the resident grizzlies is from a […]

via Khutzeymateen Grizzly Sanctuary. — Old Guv Legends

The first morning we woke up at Lake Clark National Park, we were blanketed in a thick fog. We were allowed to head out at 6am to start photographing and the haze did not deter us. We set off in ATV’s looking for grizzlies and at one point we stopped in the meadows to capture […]

via Grizzlies in the Mist — Amy’s Impressions

A report from the Caribbean National Weekly. Jamaica has launched a National Tree Planting programme that will aim to plan three million timber and ornamental trees over the next three years. The programme that was recently launched by Prime Minister Andrew Holness, is being managed by the Forestry Department and will see the foresting of 3,000 […]

via Jamaica Government Plants to Plant Three Million Trees in Three Years — Repeating Islands

A report from GIS Dominica. Tuesday, June 5th was recognized as World Environment Day and that day was marked in Dominica with tree-planting exercise geared at restoring and preserving the island’s natural environment. World Environment Day is a United Nations branded day for encouraging worldwide awareness and action for the protection of the environment. The movement began […]

via TREE-PLANTING CAMPAIGN TO PRESERVE DOMINICA’S ENVIRONMENT — Repeating Islands

The Alliance for International Reforestation Guatemala (AIR) is helping indigenous farmers to learn how to farm with trees, in order to prevent soil erosion, mitigate climate change and improve crop yields and diversity without using dangerous chemicals. AIR technicians – who are Guatemalan professionals trained in agro-forestry and environmental engineering – educate indigenous farmers about […]

via AIR: Helping indigenous farmers in Guatemala to farm with trees to mitigate climate change — Life