Sun, Feb 22 2015 10:19
Revolutionary Peace - The Purr Heard 'Round the World
Wed, Jan 21 2015 10:09
On Sunday, January 18, the Cloud Forest Institute board of directors held our first quarterly meeting of 2015. But this was not a typical meeting. Director Govinda Dalton had come prepared to video record a live webcast of presentations via his website earthcyles.net. We were to be broadcast live around the world over the internet. The presentations were given by representatives of
Forest Restoration and Stewardship Small Diameter Pole Utilization Class in Greenfield on June 14th and 15th!!!
Fri, May 2 2014 10:43
January 2013 Workshop Leader
Sat, Oct 20 2012 08:40
Kristine Wagner graduated with honors from the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore with a bachelor's degree in Public Health and Spanish language. She first experienced Ecuador in the summer of 2011 with the AMP/CFI team, where she learned about the oil industry and its influence on the health of the population as a part of the Woodrow Wilson Undergraduate Research Fellowship. After visiting with
Permaculture Podcast Interview
Wed, May 9 2012 10:34
Thanks to Ryan Unmack for inviting me to do this really fun interview on his bombastic Permaculture Podcast! http://permaculturepodcast.org/freeda-burnstad-cloud-forest-institute-permaculture-podcast-episode-55
CFI/AMP Summer Course Info Film
Mon, Apr 9 2012 11:51 | Amazon Mycorenewal Project, Cultivation, Education, Internship, Mindo, Mycorenewal, Oil Pollution, Remediation, Research, science, Service Learning, Student, Workshop
Current Land Purchase in Cambugan
AMP Spring Retreat and Workshop at MendoDragon
Wed, Jan 18 2012 12:04 | Amazon Mycorenewal Project, Cultivation, Fundraising Event, MendoDragon, Volunteering, Workshop
The date is set for March 24th and 25th. The weekend will include a community presentation and fundraising event, a public workshop on mushroom cultivation using brewery waste, and a planning retreat for AMP members. Contact us if you are interested in presenting and/or volunteering.
Volunteers, city gov., native shrooms here we go!
Hola Amigos,Activities are marching right along in Mindo. We currently have 2 volunteers, 2 more arrive on Monday, another on Friday and more later in the month. We are reorganizing the mushroom cultivation to try and reduce the infestation from insects and other slimy, fuzzy pests. My personal opinion is that we should not do bags and just do logs. We'll see what our group of minds can come up with
2011 AMP/CFI Review, 2012 Plans
Tue, Nov 15 2011 10:15 | Amazon Mycorenewal Project, Cambugan, Education, Planet Drum, Service Learning, Volunteering
The 2011 AMP/CFI Service Learning course was our best attended program yet. The 8 day trip marked the fourth program to Ecuador since AMP's first experiment in 2007. 8 students and 5 interns were coordinated by Joanna Zlotnik and Freeda Burnstad. Teaching was led by Mia Maltz, guest presenters from the U.S. Bob Rawson and Monica Neff greatly added to the program as did Ecuadorian team members and