Our Mission

To revitalize and re-purpose the land into being a healthy, self-sustaining, educational forest, free of all invasive species and comprised of a diversity of indigenous, endemic, and presently endangered plant and animal wildlife; where students, visitors, and volunteers can gain awareness and appreciation for Guåhan’s native environment, while working with our staff to take action in protecting, propagating, and perpetuating conservation and sustainability throughout our island and beyond.

Our Vision

To give every visitor an opportunity to connect with and learn about nature in a safe environment, helping to create environmental stewards in the process.

A Marianas blue-tailed skink (Emoia caeruleocauda) basks in the sun, while laying on a leaf of a trongkon tåge’te’ (Ficus tinctoria).

A Marianas blue-tailed skink (Emoia caeruleocauda) basks in the sun, while laying on a leaf of a trongkon tåge’te’ (Ficus tinctoria).