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New Yoro Biological Corridor Scientist: Ana Quiñonez

Meet Ana Quiñonez and Fabiola Rodríguez 👋

These two Honduran researchers are working on their doctoral degrees, studying the impacts of Integrated Open Canopy™ coffee farming on cloud forest conservation right now.

Ana is new to the Yoro Biological Corridor team this year, and Fabiola has been conducting studies with our teams for a few years now.

You can learn more about IOC™ coffee farming by listening to Fabiola’s podcast.

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National Science Foundation Partners with Yoro Biological Corridor

Yoro Biological Corridor has received National Science Foundation (NSF) recognition & support!

As part of their ‘Growing ‘Convergence Research Project’, NSF is funding a coalition that will model the impact of Cafe Solar® clean technology & forest-restoring coffee cultivation, on watersheds, forest, and people.

The $3.4 million project includes Tulane University; the University of Massachusetts, Amherst; University of North Carolina; and Indiana University of Pennsylvania.