- in pdf
Caoba is the prized mahogany tree that billionaires’
desks are made of, and at least one of the presidential
candidates for the 2016 US presidential election has
probably already tweeted about it.
Dear Friends and supporters of Project Amazonas. This
year marked our 20th year as
an organization, and the 20th year since our founder, Albert
Slugocki, first introduced
me to the Amazon. Where did 2014 go? And how have twenty
years elapsed so fast?
1 - in pdf
started out medically with our annual February service trip.
The team of participants from Peru, the US and the United
attended some 900 patients in campesino and Yagua
communities on the Apayacu, Orosa and Matahuayo
2013, part 2
- in pdf
The founder of
Project Amazonas, Albert
Slugocki and his wife Margaret were the
binding force that kept Project Amazonas
together and moving forward during the
early years of struggling to survive as an
traveling to the Peruvian Amazon since 1994 and people often
ask if I get tired of it. Tired of the air travel and
airports? Most definitely! But once I’m back in the Amazon
proper, it’s almost impossible to become jaded.
are a number of highlights and opportunities from the year
to date, as well as some upcoming activities and events. I
hope you enjoy reading this, and questions and comments are
- in pdf
2011 has been a very busy, but also a
very good year and we have lots to report. The coming year,
2012, however, is shaping up to be a banner year for us on
many fronts with a lot of exciting things in the works. So
I’d like to start with what lies ahead in the coming year,
before recapping the events of the current year.
Go Back to MainPage