Select Page

news

Community Women Learn How to Felt

Community Women Learn How to Felt

Anne Louise Carney escaped from Canada's cold winter to join us at the center to work in our garden and with local women in the community. One of the groups she worked with was the Las Morphas women’s group that meets at the center twice a week to work on their...

International Migratory Bird Day a Big Success

International Migratory Bird Day a Big Success

Home cooked goodies from local artisan group MORPHA, face painting, and a play performed by the local Eco-Club with the theme of migratory bird species and their struggle to survive, bird origami, hummingbird feeder workshop, binocular use workshop, and much more! ...

Camp Fun

Camp Fun

Students in Costa Rica attend school between February and December so they have about 2 whole months off with very little to do. In January of this year the center provided the students from the neighbooring communities with a two week multicultural camp where we...

Summer Camp 2011! What an Animal!

Summer Camp 2011! What an Animal!

The last two weeks at CECOS, the Sarapiqui Conservation Learning Center, have been very busy and exciting. Our annual environmental-education camp opened its doors on January 17th, beginning ten days of fun games and activities, all while experiencing and learning...

Volunteer Applicants for January 2011

Volunteer Applicants for January 2011

We need You!!!  It is time to hire a new round of qualified volunteers for our upcoming January semester!!  The SCLC depends on it long-term volunteers to run many of its most crucial programs.  Some of positions we are looking to fill are:  After School Programs...

SCLC Welcomes New Team of Volunteers

SCLC Welcomes New Team of Volunteers

Don't forget to check out our SCLC blog! Visit www.SCLCseeds.blogspot.com to gain insight into the adventures of what it is like to volunteer in the tropical rainforest of Costa Rica and be sure to keep your eyes peeled for upcoming updates from our new volunteers. As...

Plant for the Planet

Plant for the Planet

350 has become the most important number on the planet. According to James Hansen, the leading NASA scientist on climate change, 350 parts per million C02 is the maximum we can have in the atmosphere to preserve a planet "similar to the one on which civilization...

Special Thanks

Special Thanks

The Sarapiquí Conservation Learning Center is greatly appreciative of all the support it receives from our various donors. It is through the help of the dorors that we can run the center effectively and smoothly. Without them, we could not provide Sarapiquí with the...

Donations Distributed

Donations Distributed

Last winter the Assumption, Avalon and Mary Butterworth schools donated over 15 duffle bags filled with shirts, pants, sweaters and many more shirts to the SCLC. Our Ecotourism department then had the challenging task of determining how to best distribute the much...