In 2006, Panda Mountain founder Marc Brody started working with the National Geographic Society as a grantee for his work to conserve giant pandas and their habitat in and around China’s Wolong Nature Reserve.
Panda Mountain works in Wolong Nature Reserve to conserve and restore giant Panda habitat.
We work alongside a coalition of Sichuan government agencies and research institutes,
Chengdu area unversities, and Wolong villagers.
Together, we are designing and facilitating an ecological restoration program in Wolong,
helping to initiate a long-term process so Wolong can protect its biodiversity
and ensure wild Pandas will have a home in the future.