“Earth and sky, woods and fields, lakes and rivers, the mountain and the sea, are excellent schoolmasters, and teach some of us more than we can ever learn from books.” – John Lubbock, English statesman and naturalist
One of Cloudbridge’s missions is to provide environmental education to international and local students, visitors and volunteers through a series of student focused programs, tours and Welcome Centre displays. Individual education opportunities can be found under Volunteer/Research, while our group educational opportunities can be found below.
Study Abroad (3-7 days)
An onsite education program, students experience living and learning in the cloud forest. See the Study Abroad page for more information.
Group Volunteering (1/2 day to 2 days)
Typically, short-term group volunteering projects where volunteers learn about the cloud forest and conservation issues while providing a valuable service for the reserve. See the Group Volunteering page for more information.
Group Tours (2-4 hours)
Interpretive tours for groups, exploring the cloud forest, reforestation work, and the flora and fauna of the reserve. See the Tours page for more information.
Community Education (1 hour to 1 day)
Educational talks or experiences for local community schools and groups tailored to their interests. Can occur on the reserve or off-site. See the Community Education page for more information.
Virtual Field Trips (1/2-1 hour)
Cloudbridge staff will talk to your class or group over skype or similar internet communication, answering questions about the cloud forest, the reserve and our work, and providing a glimpse of the flora and fauna we have here. See the Virtual Field Trips page for more information.
Find out more
Email Frank Spooner at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions, or to discuss program activities and dates.
Please visit our blog site for monthly updates and photos on our volunteers and researchers, their projects, and other activities at Cloudbridge Nature Reserve.