Video & Audio
Danilo Perez reflects on the beauties of wilderness and the importance of projects such as the Mamoní Valley Preserve. Along with his band, Danilo shows Brandeis University students how to create Jazz in the Jungle.
The beginnings of Junglewood, February 2009. This song was recorded by Danilo Perez, Jamey Haddad, and Osvaldo Jorge on Feb, 20, 2009 at Earth Train’s Centro Mamoní campus. It was part of a bio-musical demonstration with Lider Sucre, of Panama’s Museum of Biodiversity. Three other songs were recorded, including other members of Perez’s touring group. This was shot and edited by veteran CNN reporter Alan Duke. Audio was recorded by Rob Griffin.
Alan Duke explores Panama’s Kuna Yala rain forest with Earth Train’s Nathan Gray and Lider Sucre of Panama’s Biodiversity Museum.
Forestry Engineer Emilio Mariscal describes Earth Train’s projects to restore and reduce degradation of the region endangered rain forests. He also emphasizes the importance of integrating local communities and Tropical Ecologists that are aware of the unique situation in Panamanian Forests.
Explore Earth Train
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.
View our New Mamoní Valley Presentation (pdf) and see what Earth Train is all about.
Learn about Earth Train, our programs, the Mamoní Valley Preserve and more in our Mamoní Valley Programs Report by Nathan Gray and Líder Sucre.