MCLUS President Laurie Waller interviewed by STLToday.com

Laurie Waller planting tree in the rainforest

Laurie Waller, president of the Monteverde Conservation League - U.S., is shown planting a tree in the Children's Eternal Rainforest in Costa Rica.

Laurie Waller was featured in an interview by STLToday.com, discussing the upcoming change in name for the organization.

The Monteverde Conservation League–U.S. will soon rename itself the Friends of the Children’s Eternal Rainforest.

The name change won’t change the purpose of the group. It will remain dedicated to raising funds, buying land and educating people in efforts to preserve the Children’s Eternal Rainforest near Monteverde, Costa Rica. The preserve is the biggest private conservation reserve in Central America, said Laurie Waller, president of the non-profit organization.

Read more: http://www.stltoday.com/suburban-journals/metro/life/q-a-a-conversation-with-a-conservationist/article_bd58d7c6-154f-54db-9dea-72f2c1321e22.html#ixzz1gfWkneI5

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