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Tikal sits in the Maya Biosphere Reserve
Rural women must have access to the same resources, training, and opportunities as their male counterparts.
Carmelita is the first of nine community forest concessions to have its contract renewed.
This project is promoting best practices in the banana value chain in Guatemala and Ecuador.
Experience life on Finca El Platanillo, a Rainforest Alliance Certified coffee farm in western Guatemala.
Local communities not only protect existing forests, they contribute to forest recovery.
Droughts and severe weather have devastated farms in Central America.
We shared our conservation achievements in Guatemala with congressional staffers.