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Protects threatened forests & wildlife from illegal logging
Supports sustainable agricultural practices
Protects nearly 500,000 acres of tropical rainforest and many endangered birds
Enhances the lives of rural forest communities through health and educational programs
Partnership with the surrounding communities for park conservation.
Protected area with the highest rate of conservation in Peru according to the national authorities.
Protects the largest rainforest in Sierra Leone
Internationally recognised biodiversity hotspot
Indigenous and afro-Colombian communities
Protects mangroves and rainforests along the Colombian Pacific Coast
Indigenous-led development with FSC certified timber and cacao agroforestry.
‘Nii Kaniti’ means forest and development in the local native language.
Protects an area with some of the highest levels of Amazonian biodiversity
Supports communities in developing sustainable agriculture practices
Empowerment of women and girls through health care and education
Protecting habitat for 426 birds in a bird 'super highway'
Protects the most threatened frontier of the Congo Basin rainforest
Conserves critical habitat for bonobos, mankind's closest living relative
Biofuel programs with the inhabitants in the project area
Regional alliances with educational, agricultural and biodiversity institutions outside of the project area
Protects the largest privately-funded orangutan reserve in the world
Defends Indonesia's Bornean forests from being converted into palm oil plantations
Out of stock
Serves as a giant wildlife corridor between 3 existing national parks in Zimbabwe
Creates jobs and provides education & healthcare improvements
Conserves critical African elephant migration corridor
Supports community education and employment opportunities
Protects endangered tree species like the Brazilian Rosewood
Supports secure land tenure rights for forest communities
Protects one of Asia’s largest tropical rainforests
Elephants, clouded leopards, and indigenous communities
242 Redwood Hwy
Mill Valley, CA 94941
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