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A GREEN FOREST

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SIEMPRE VERDE

The Tropical Andes region is one of the richest and most diverse ecosystems on Earth, and also among the most endangered. Within this vanishing region lies Siempre Verde, an 825-acre protected preserve and research center created by THE LOVETT SCHOOL.

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FACILITIES & LOCATION

The Robert and Connie Braddy Research Station features accommodations for 28 people and a large laboratory for studies in botany, zoology, entomology, etc.

Elevation: 6,500ft - 11,000ft

Average Temperature: 11 °C - 27 °C

Closest City: The capital, Quito

TRIP DATES

Trip dates and online registration are now posted!

 

This is a one-of-a-kind opportunity to learn about the cultures and environment of Ecuador while traveling abroad.  

VIEW THE GALLERY

An abundance of flora and fauna can be found in the area surrounding Siempre Verde. 

The land is home to a variety of animal species, including mammals (such as the spectacled bear), birds, and reptiles. 

In 1992, Lovett purchased a piece of cloudforest property in Ecuador for the purpose of creating a protected preserve and establishing a research center to support tropical conservation education.

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4075 Paces Ferry Road, NW 
Atlanta, GA 30327-3009

Contact: alex.reynolds@lovett.org