Film Friday: Navigating Hyacinth in Cambodia

https://www.youtube.com/embed/QzSkjQNjYmM While traveling with our partners for the Wonders of the Mekong project in Cambodia, our staff hit a familiar snag – invasive water hyacinth. Today's Film Read More…

Money (fish) that grows on trees

In Cambodia’s Tonle Sap Lake, daily life revolves around fish and water. During the monsoon season, the Tonle Sap River rises and floods the forests around the Read More…

Dai net fishery

The Tonle Sap Lake of Cambodia is one of a handful of water bodies where you can catch such an impressive variety of freshwater fish. Southeast Asia’s Read More…

Future biologist?

A Cambodian boy looks on with curiosity as scientists remove fish from the catch, measure them, and cut off a piece of the caudal fin. The boy Read More…

Lake diversity

The Mekong Basin is extremely diverse. The river level fluctuates more between the wet and dry seasons than any other major river in the world. Maybe it Read More…

Water water everywhere …

When traveling in the Mekong region one gets the impression that water is everywhere - mostly due to the billions of mosquitoes that seem to hover around Read More…

Fishing for a living

For most of us in the United States, the thought of not having a job is either a dream, or anxiety inducing. For much of the world, Read More…