Palawan project will protect habitat for critically endangered species in one of the oldest, most diverse forests in Southeast Asia.
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On February 21st, Rainforest Trust reached its goal of $646,000, ending the initial fundraising campaign of its Sierra del Divisor project.
With help from Rainforest Trust, efforts to save one of the world’s rarest primate species are off to a promising start.
Junior high students in Wilmette, Illinois, helped save a piece of the Amazon Rainforest four times the size of Central Park.
The Partnership for International Birding, a leader in the birding tour industry, has joined Rainforest Trust’s efforts to protect the Amazon Rainforest.
Funds collected for our Borneo appeal have already made a critical difference for the island’s Orangutans.
Rainforest Trust CEO Paul Salaman discusses the organization’s most ambitious conservation project ever – a plan to save 5.9 million Amazonian acres.
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.
Thanks to the support of our board members who cover the majority of our operating expenses, Rainforest Trust is able to allocate 100% of your project donation directly to conservation action.
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