Recent News

Second Workshop of coastal marine training educators circuit 04, Region Perez Zeledon. December 2, 2015, ASANA.

Final meeting of the Local Council, December 9, 2015, Tilapia El Pavon

Coming Auction, from November 30 to December 15, 2015.


The mission of ASANA is to secure the long-term conservation of the Path of the Tapir Biological Corridor and surrounding natural areas by empowering local communities and residents to take action in support of conservation actions. We have three campaigs in Global Giving:



"A Model of Development for the Path of the Tapir"


In the Path of the Tapir - Islands in the Forest


Is it worth it? The Térraba-Sierpe Wetlands.

Rainforest Rangers

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ASANA

Our People

Board of Directors

 

President: Jack Ewing.  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Jack Ewing's love affair with the rainforest began in 1970 when, in search of new opportunities for plying his Bachelor of Science degree and his skills as a cattle rancher, left his native Colorado and moved his wife, Diane, and their young family to the jungles of Costa Rica. His ever-growing fascination with the rainforest, however, soon prompted his transformation into environmentalist and naturalist.

A natural-born story teller, Jack's articles about life in the rainforest appear regularly in Costa Rican publications, and he often speaks to environmental, student, and ecological traveler groups. He is currently president of two environmental organizations, ASANA and FUNDANTA.

“What we must do to save the rainforest,” says Jack, “is connect the parks, refuges, and reserves with biological corridors and then teach the people how to make a living from these natural areas without damaging or destroying them. If we want conservation to work, we have to make it profitable.

Jack and Diane live on internationally acclaimed Hacienda Barú National Wildlife Refuge.

www.haciendabaru.com

 

 

Vice-President: Richard Margoluis.

Richard is co-founder and co-director of the globally known and respected conservation organization, Foundations of Success. He resides in the Path of the Tapir Biological Corridor and has been involved in ASANA since 2007. Richard was Director of Research and the Latin American Program of The Biodiversity Support Program. This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

Secretary: Lautjie Boshoff

 

 

Treasurer: Kirk Park

 

 

Fiscal: Ronald Alpizar J

 

 

 

 

 

Vocal 1: Walter Odio V.

 

 

Vocal 2: Frank Hicks

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Vocal 3: Oscar Brenes.

http://reservaplayatortuga.org/

 

 

Nuestro equipo

Directora ejecutiva: Andrea Herrera.

Andrea se unió a ASANA en 2012 y es la responsable del día a día de la ONG. Lleva a cabo todos los proyectos en los que ASANA participa. Ha trabajado para el ministerio de ambiente y energía (MINAE) como ingeniería forestal así como coordinadora de programas de conservación en otros corredores biológicos.

 

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