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Making a Living, Sustainably

Stanford initiative reconciles perceived conflicts between human prosperity and protection of natural resources.

Published: Monday, November 2, 2015 Source: Stanford Woods Institute
Sharing INOGO in Bogotá, Colombia

At the presentation of the Plan Maestro de la Orinoquía, INOGO’s Associate Director Emily Arnold Mest was asked to share lessons learned from INOGO. Emily joined the panel entitled “Agriculture and...

Published: Tuesday, November 1, 2016 Source: INOGO Newsletter
Celebrating the CRUSA Foundation’s 20th Anniversary

On Thursday, October 6th the CRUSA Foundation celebrated its 20th Anniversary, as well as the retirement from the board of founders Luis Diego Escalante and Dr. Ana Sittenfeld. The celebration...

Published: Tuesday, November 1, 2016 Source: INOGO Newsletter

News & Events

Celebrating the CRUSA Foundation’s 20th Anniversary

On Thursday, October 6th the CRUSA Foundation celebrated its 20th Anniversary, as well as the retirement from the board of founders Luis Diego Escalante and Dr. Ana Sittenfeld. The celebration...

Published: Tuesday, November 1, 2016 Source: INOGO Newsletter
Sharing INOGO in Bogotá, Colombia

At the presentation of the Plan Maestro de la Orinoquía, INOGO’s Associate Director Emily Arnold Mest was asked to share lessons learned from INOGO. Emily joined the panel entitled “Agriculture and...

Published: Tuesday, November 1, 2016 Source: INOGO Newsletter
December 2015: News & Events

  Sustainably Produced Fish On November 13th, students and community members dined on sustainably produced fish in the dining hall of the Guaycará Technical High School as part of a Sustainable Fish...

Published: Wednesday, December 9, 2015 Source: Newsletter XVI
Making a Living, Sustainably

Stanford initiative reconciles perceived conflicts between human prosperity and protection of natural resources.

Published: Monday, November 2, 2015 Source: Stanford Woods Institute
SELAL II: An Overview

Puerto Jimenez, Golfito Canton, Costa Rica. On Friday July 17, 2015, 12 local students from Puerto Jimenez Technical High School (Colegio Técnico Profesional [CTP], in Spanish) graduated from a two-...

Published: Wednesday, September 23, 2015 Source: INOGO Newsletter, No. XV
Collaborations: Wastewater in Osa & Golfito

Collaborations yielding positive results On August 14, 2015 members of INOGO and the Central States Water Environment Association (CSWEA) Global Water Stewardship program met with key organizations...

Published: Wednesday, September 23, 2015 Source: inogO Newsletter, No. XV
September 2015: News & Events

  First fish harvest at the CTP de Guaycará, October 2015 Students at the Guaycará Technical high school (CTP) in Río Claro will soon harvest their first fish production from their on-campus hatchery...

Published: Wednesday, September 23, 2015 Source: INOGO Newsletter, No. XV
New species of plants: Costa Rica, one endemic to the Osa

Three new species of plants discovered in Costa Rica, one endemic to the Osa After recent fieldwork and further scientific investigation by botanists, Costa Rica now claims three new species of...

Published: Wednesday, September 23, 2015 Source: INOGO Newsletter, No. XV
Social Capital Key to Sustainable Development

INOGO’s 1st Peer-Reviewed Journal Publication: Social Capital in Osa and Golfito In Social Capital in Development: Bonds, Bridges, and Links in Osa and Golfito, Costa Rica (Hunt et al. 2015),...

Published: Tuesday, September 22, 2015 Source: INOGO Newsletter, No. XV
Coming Soon: INOGO Mapas 2015

In collaboration with the University of Alabama’s SpecLab, INOGO will be updating INOGO Mapas 2012 with INOGO Mapas 2015. INOGO Mapas 2012 used Rapid Eye satellite imagery to conduct an in-depth...

Published: Tuesday, August 11, 2015 Source: INOGO Newsletter, No. XIV

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