Our first community-wide presentation will take place in September 2016!

We got the space and date approved - The Manú Project will be presenting on a community-wide event, for the first time, at Jackson, WY, Teton County Library on September 29th, 2016 at 6pm. Team members Lina Collado and Shelby LynnJoh, will be presenting the project, as well as be illustrating clips from our indigenous interviews, audio jungle clips and photos. They will also premiere our short documentary teaser for the first time! We will be broadcasting our presentation live on our Facebook page, so make sure to tune into our page at 6pm (MT).

If you live near Jackson, make sure to look out for the The Manu Project: The Trees Don't Talk Anymore being featured next week on JH Planet Weekly and JH News and Guide. We will post the links here as soon as we get them. Join our FB event - visit link

Thank you everyone for your continuos support. 

Our name has been officially changed

Dear followers and supporters, now that we have returned from our journey and reflected on the breadth of our experience, we have decided that the title The Uncontacted Project is insufficient to describe the complex reality of Manú National Park and its surroundings. Thus, after much thought, we have decided to change our name to The Manú Project, so that we might more accurately describe the goals and focus of our team. 

On another news, one of our Supporting Partner has received all of our marketing material from the jungle! Make sure you are following us on our Instagram account, The Manú Project , so you can check out all of our awesome product shots!

Thank you so much for your constant support.