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Our maps are made in collaboration with traditional Maroon communities. From the expertise of our Maroon team members to the villagers whose stories and oral histories help us to understand the depth of place within the forest, each site that we map wraps biogeographical and ecological data in the cultural context necessary to understand how it is changing.


Learn about the villages around the forest edge of Cockpit South and the communities of people that live and work there!


Cockpit Country provides 40% of Jamaica's groundwater. Read more about the aquatic environments that pepper the Cockpit South landscape and the emerging and sustained threats that they face!


See how former farmlands provide the forest edging that many bird species inhabit.