Reserva Monte Mojino (ReMM) is a conservation project in southern Sonora, east-northeast of the city of Alamos. It lies within the 93,000-hectare Sierra de Alamos y Río Cuchujaqui Federal Area for the Protection of Flora and Fauna. The mission of ReMM is to foster protection of the tropical deciduous forest and Río Cuchujaqui watershed in southern Sonora. To achieve our mission, we apply scientific research and the knowledge of local people to sustain this unique landscape in an ever-changing world. ReMM is a bi-national conservation effort of two nonprofit organizations, Nature and Culture International (NCI) and Naturaleza y Cultura Sierra Madre, A.C. (NCSM) NCSM and NCI work hand-in-hand to raise awareness of the critical importance of protecting the tropical deciduous forest and Río Cuchujaqui watershed in southern Sonora.