They aim to restore and protect the endangered dry tropical forest and coastal ecosystems of Mesoamerica's Pacific Slope.
Their innovative approach protects biodiversity where people already live. By working with local communities, landowners, and partner organizations, they restore and protect the habitats that form building blocks for wildlife corridors.
They began developing their first corridor in 2005 in Nicaragua’s Paso del Istmo Biological Corridor. By strengthening the Paso del Istmo and other corridors across a region-wide network, they will reconnect people and wildlife across western Mesoamerica