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  • Children playing in the Isangi project, Democratic Republic of the Congo.

    Isangi Rainforest

    $12.00 subscription plans available

    D.R. Congo

    Isangi Rainforest

    Biofuel programs with the inhabitants in the project area

    Regional alliances with educational, agricultural and biodiversity institutions outside of the project area

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  • A young girl holds a tree sapling during tree planting operations in the Keo Seima project, Cambodia. (C) WCS.

    Coming Soon: Keo Seima

    $12.00 subscription plans available

    Cambodia

    Coming Soon: Keo Seima

    World’s largest population of black-shanked douc and yellow-cheeked gibbon

    Sustainable development of the Bunong indigenous people

    Out of stock

  • The Meteuk River in the Southern Cardamom project, Cambodia, Koh Kong Province.

    Southern Cardamom

    $12.00 subscription plans available

    Cambodia

    Southern Cardamom

    Protects one of Asia’s largest tropical rainforests

    Elephants, clouded leopards, and indigenous communities

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  • Cordillera Azul

    $12.00 subscription plans available

    Peru

    Cordillera Azul

    Partnership with the surrounding communities for park conservation.

    Protected area with the highest rate of conservation in Peru according to the national authorities.

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  • A man shows his tenure documentation, in the Amazon Forest project, Para, Brazil.

    Amazon Forest

    $12.00 subscription plans available

    Brazil

    Amazon Forest

    Protects rich Amazonian biodiversity

    Provides jobs and improved livelihoods to local communities

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  • A cream-colored woodpecker in the Envira Amazonia project, Brazil.

    Envira Amazonia

    $12.00 subscription plans available

    Brazil

    Envira Amazonia

    Protects nearly 500,000 acres of tropical rainforest and many endangered birds

    Enhances the lives of rural forest communities through health and educational programs

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  • A tropical beach along the Colombian Pacific coast in the Pacific Forest Communities.

    Pacific Forest Communities

    $12.00 subscription plans available

    Colombia

    Pacific Forest Communities

    Indigenous and afro-Colombian communities

    Protects mangroves and rainforests along the Colombian Pacific Coast

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  • River through the rainforest of the Tambopata National Reserve, Peruvian Amazon

    Tambopata Biodiversity Reserve

    $12.00 subscription plans available

    Peru

    Tambopata Biodiversity Reserve

    Protects threatened forests & wildlife from illegal logging

    Supports sustainable agricultural practices

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  • A pair of critically endangered bonobo chimpanzees in the Congo Basin project, Democratic Republic of the Congo.

    Congo Basin Rainforest

    $12.00 subscription plans available

    D.R. Congo

    Congo Basin Rainforest

    Protects the most threatened frontier of the Congo Basin Forest

    Conserves critical habitat for bonobos, mankind's closest living relative

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  • A mother and baby orangutan in the Rimba Raya project.

    Rimba Raya Orangutan Reserve

    $12.00 subscription plans available

    Indonesia

    Rimba Raya Orangutan Reserve

    Protects the largest privately-funded orangutan reserve in the world

    Defends Indonesia's Bornean forests from being converted into palm oil plantations

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  • A family of elephants moving through the Kasigau Wildlife Corridor between Tsavo East and Tsavo West National Parks, Kenya.

    Kasigau Wildlife Sanctuary

    $12.00 subscription plans available

    Kenya

    Kasigau Wildlife Sanctuary

    Conserves critical African elephant migration corridor

    Supports community education and employment opportunities

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  • A blue butterfly in the Amazon Valparaiso project, Brazil.

    Amazon Valparaíso

    $12.00 subscription plans available

    Brazil

    Amazon Valparaíso

    Protects an area with some of the highest levels of Amazonian biodiversity

    Supports communities in developing sustainable agriculture practices

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  • Nancy Mansarray, a Gola Rainforest local, with nursery plants.

    Gola Rainforest

    $12.00 subscription plans available

    Sierra Leone

    Gola Rainforest

    Protects the largest rainforest in Sierra Leone

    Internationally recognised biodiversity hotspot

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  • Elephants in dryland forest in the Kariba Wildlife Corridor.

    Kariba Wildlife Corridor

    $12.00 subscription plans available

    Zimbabwe

    Kariba Wildlife Corridor

    Serves as a giant wildlife corridor between 3 existing national parks in Zimbabwe

    Creates jobs and provides education & healthcare improvements

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  • Ocean and rainforest in the Guatemala Conservation Coast project.

    Guatemala Conservation Coast

    $12.00 subscription plans available

    Guatemala

    Guatemala Conservation Coast

    Empowerment of women and girls through health care and education

    Protecting habitat for 426 birds in a bird 'super highway'

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  • Colourful houses in the Brazilian Rosewood project.

    Brazilian Rosewood

    $12.00 subscription plans available

    Brazil

    Brazilian Rosewood

    Protects endangered tree species like the Brazilian Rosewood

    Supports secure land tenure rights for forest communities

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Hear from our customers, rangers, and project residents...

This project helps us save the forest that is the home of the river people and helps us have a better life. Now I have my land, a document with my name, and I feel happy.

ValdemirResident, Brazilian Rosewood

Protecting mother nature and educating my community on wildlife and the environment makes my work as a ranger so worthwhile.

Jessica NjeriRanger, Kasigau Wildlife Corridor

Despite the quiet, we lived in fear because of illegal loggers. Many threatened to cut wood here. With the project came the patrols to stop the cutting, and after that, everything got much better. Nobody else disturbs or threatens us.

AldenoraResident, Brazilian Rosewood

I love Stand For Trees. They provide a way for people to help save endangered forests and the people and wildlife that live within them.

J.R.

Forests and wildlife are in danger. As a ranger, it is my goal to ensure that forests and wildlife remain for the next generation.

Sowath RethyRanger, Southern Cardamom

I donate to Stand For Trees when I’m offsetting a specific event, like a flight. I use the certificate as a conversation starter.

D.G.

My typical day as a ranger includes the following: combating poaching, mining and logging, and engaging with local communities. I also assist with the monitoring of wildlife and the ecosystem.

Abass KawaRanger, Gola Rainforest

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