Fisheries management planning guidelines in support of 2020 Micronesia Challenge goals and establishment of Pohnpei as a regional model for marine resource management and enforcement planning, funded by the David and Lucile Packard Foundation (2013 – 2015). Learn More>

Capacity development for the Pacific Islands Marine Protected Areas Community – Micronesia Program (2013 – 2015), and: Advancing marine and terrestrial management in Micronesia (2015 – 2017), both funded by the United States Department of the Interior, Office of Insular Affairs. Learn More>

Awak Watershed Management Project, funded by Seacology, Inc. (2014 – 2015) and: Awak River Piggery Project, funded by the Global Environment Facility Small Grants Programme (2014 – 2015). Learn More>

Building sustainable coral reef monitoring and management capacity for the Micronesia Challenge, and beyond (2011 – 2014) and: Enhancing sustainable coral reef monitoring and management capacity for the Micronesia Challenge, and beyond (2015 – 2016), both funded by the United State National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Learn More>

Implementation of Micronesia Challenge and climate adaptation plans for forest areas in the Federated States of Micronesia, funded by the United States Forest Service (2014 - 2017) Learn More>

Building resilient protected area networks to achieve Micronesia Challenge goals, funded by the Margaret A. Cargill Foundation (2013 – 2015) Learn More>

This Project consolidated the efforts of the Marine Division of the State Government and KCSO to monitor and assess changes in coral covers over time as well as health and population of corals and fish in all five established monitoring sites in Kosrae Learn More>

This funding supports the development and/or improvement of resilient protected area networks across Micronesia through an open call for proposals to local organizations and/or sites. The aim of this element of the proposed project is to develop sites to meet the approved protected areas network criteria in each of the Micronesia Challenge Island Jurisdictions. Learn More>

The MC Champions program is an undergraduate internship program designed to build the next generation of conservation leaders in Micronesia while promoting the goals of the Micronesia Challenge and Protected Areas Networks (PANs) and expanding the participation of all MC jurisdictions. In 2009-2010 there were six champions in CNMI, Palau, RMI and Guam. Learn More>

The Fish 2.0 business competition held a workshop for entrepreneurs from the Federated States of Micronesia (FSM), the Marshall Islands, Palau, Guam and Saipan. The workshop was held in Pohnpei with the support of the Micronesia Conservation Trust, IdEA and the David and Lucile Packard Foundation. Lear More>

Past Projects