Creating a generation of ambassadors to promote the coexistence of nature and responsible development
Poster presentations and booths at national ecology conferences, schools, churches, community events, and workshops allow Nature Now students to present their fieldwork with the hope of raising awareness about the natural and human threats to extinction of different species, habitats and ecosystems.
Nature Now students were recently invited to present their work at the 2016 Monterey Bay Aquarium Teen Summit
Presentation on the Importance of Student Conservation Work
Presentation on the Bees and Sustainability Project
2013 Costa Rica - Environmental
Rights and Responsibilities Workshop
Nature Now International was chosen by Reserva Playa Tortuga, wildlife reserve on the Pacific Coast of Costa Rica, to assist in elementary student workshop. Students learned about the scientific method with cocoons and butterflies with Biologist Melissa Jimenez from Reserva Playa Tortuga.
Students learn about the scientific method
Biologist Melissa Jimenez with NNI at elementary school in Costa Rica