About us

The Talarak Foundation Inc. (TFI) was established on the 14th December 2010 as a non-profit association with the intention to set and provide the long-term protection of threatened and rare Philippine biodiversity through conservation programs.

 

Objectives of the Foundation:

 

  1. to process and implement projects that will support the long-term conservation of Philippine biodiversity in cooperation with other interest groups
  2. to build up an effective system of cooperation and active collaboration between the interest groups in order to implement protective initiatives leading to the preservation of Philippine biodiversity (such as restoration of land or farm land back to the form of the forest)
  3. to improve the public awareness of the importance and uniqueness of Philippine biodiversity in order to obtain better local and international support for restoration activities
  4. to provide the necessary support and resources to make the continuation of the initiatives for the protection of biodiversity

An integral part of the conservation activities of the TALARAK conservation center for endangered animals and Talarak Foundation are educational and training activities among the residents of the endangered forests, especially on the Negros island, where the conservation center is located, and targeted cooperation with interest groups.

 

The founding members of the Talarak Foundation Inc.

 

Anthony O. Ramos, Talisay City

Juan Javier J. Garcia, Bacolod City

Jose Ricardo J. Garcia, Bacolod City

Julian Edgardo J. Garcia, Bacolod City

Augusto D. Sison, Talisay City

Fernando L. Gutierez, Kabankalan City

Pavel Hospodarsky, Bacolod City

 

Residence of the company: 12th Lacson Street, Bacolod City, Negros Occidental