In order to build resilience against the effects of climate change, our island community is taking action to address local environmental threats.  


Our Mission

Starting at Fouha Bay where our ancestors told us civilization began, we are committed to reviving the once fruitful watersheds, vibrant coral reefs, and abundant near-shore fisheries of Guam. 


What We've Achieved

  • Educational and Community Outreach
    • Engaged more than 1000 community members in Humåtak Watershed Adventures
    • Taught students in classrooms and summer camps about the importance of coral reefs and watershed ecosystems
  • Watershed Management
    • Contributed more than 2,000 volunteer hours to reviving Guam's watershed and coral reef ecosystems
    • Planted over 1000 trees to reforest eroding hillsides
    • Installed 330 feet of sediment filter socks to decrease erosion
AmeirCorps University of Guam Members standing with sediment filter socks, which are mesh stockings filled with mulch that are installed in eroding hillsides to decrease erosion and promote revegetation.

AmeirCorps University of Guam Members standing with sediment filter socks, which are mesh stockings filled with mulch that are installed in eroding hillsides to decrease erosion and promote revegetation.

  • Scientific Research
    • Data is collected to determine and promote effective watershed restoration practices 
    • Findings of research will be used to improve mitigation strategies intended to offset adverse impacts to aquatic resources