Entries by Kristin Arakawa

Looking for Hope for Vietnam’s Ungulates…in Idaho

By Kristin Arakawa When Minh Nguyen, a student at Science University in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, first saw a Southern Red Muntjac in the wild in Lang Biang Biosphere Reserve, she was in awe. “It was so beautiful,” Nguyen says. “The muntjac was just there eating grass in front of me. It was so […]

Supporting Women in Conservation: SWG Offers New Grant Opportunity

By Kristin Arakawa The SWG has established a new fund to support the conservation endeavors of women in Vietnam and Laos that will contribute to the conservation of biodiversity within the Annamites Mountain range. By supporting the conservation efforts and research projects of women, the Women for the Annamites Conservation Fund aims to advance conservation by […]