Climate Change WILL Result in Winners and Losers
Which Will You Be?
We Promote Leaders Tackling Climate Change
We facilitate experiential education and promote sustainable development. Rancho Colibrí has a privileged location as a private property overlooking the Guanacaste Conservation Area World Heritage Site. We monitor climate change in Central America and host the Institute for Central American Studies (established in 1982), as well as support the widely recognized restoration ecology effort that has resulted in the world's largest restoration of Dry Tropical Forest (400,000+ acres / 162,000+ hectares), and are at the forefront of promoting regenerative agriculture that demonstrates a synergy with the natural ecosystem (Agroecology). We are involved with exciting new public/private collaborations to launch in 2017 that will enhance biological corridors and ecotourism - projects for which our Executive Director, Richard Holland, has provided leadership since 1990.