About Earth Train
Earth Train is a U.S.-federally-tax-exempt and not-for-profit international organization with bases in the San Francisco Bay Area and in the Republic of Panama whose mission is to support the growth of leadership in a new generation with a focus on environmental and cultural renewal.
With the help of a devoted multinational staff, volunteer force, and an invaluable association of partner organizations, Earth Train has created the campus for the development of tomorrow's world citizens. Among it's successes are the creation of the 10,000 acres Mamoní Valley Preserve, the birth of Junglewood - a new performing arts center - the Kuna Coast and Forest Guard, various educational workshops, and more.
Among Earth Train's lead partners are Fundación Danilo Perez; the Kuna General Congress; Panama's Frank Gehry-designed Museum of Biodiversity (BioMuseo); the California Academy of Sciences; the Global Institute of Jazz at Berklee College of Music; Global Brigades; Rainforest Capital, LLC; and the Jane Goodall Institute.
Explore Earth Train
Read about our budding partnership with the Jane Goodall Institute
Learn about the Center for Biodiversity Research, the California Academy of Sciences and the important role tha each plays in helping Earth Train map the Mamoní Valley.
Dynamic Partnerships with Indigenous Leaders in Panama.