Rainforest Trust CEO Paul Salaman discusses the organization’s most ambitious conservation project ever – a plan to save 5.9 million Amazonian acres.
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Rainforest Trust and partners have successfully purchased more than 270,000 acres of critical wildlife habitat in Ecuador.
A bold step in the fight to save amphibians by committing one million dollars to protect key habitats worldwide over the coming year.
On December 17, 2013, Rainforest Trust CEO, Dr. Paul Salaman, joined the Amphibian Survival Alliance’s (ASA) Global Council.
14,827 acres of savanna and forest habitat doubles the size of the Blue-throated Macaw Reserve to 27,180 acres…
Thanks to help from Rainforest Trust, our Ecuadorian partner, Jocotoco, has purchased 600 acres to expand its Buenaventura Reserve.
Dr. Lovejoy is an internationally renowned conservation biologist and a leader in making the protection of tropical rainforests a public issue…
Two of the most critical areas cited share habitat with Rainforest Trust sites…
Luis Ángel Ramírez, a Colombian shopkeeper is the voice of conservation in a wilderness of ranchers and loggers…
Rainforest Trust’s local partner in Brazil will begin mapping surrounding areas to improve…
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