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Rainforest Trust Receives Highest Charity Navigator Rating

Apr 18, 2017

Rainforest Trust was awarded Charity Navigator’s 4-star rating for the 8th year, in addition to being placed in the top-tier of nonprofit organizations across the U.S. for accountability and transparency. Rainforest Trust has been recognized as…


Supporter Spotlight: Bailey Conner

Mar 29, 2017

A Birthday Party for the Birds Bailey Conner celebrated her birthday this year by really spreading her wings. She learned all about rainforests and their wonderful species in school and was enamored. Bailey and her classmates…


Red Panda Sightings Inspire Conservation Work

Mar 29, 2017

Forest guardians working in Nepal are motivated by the shy species they are dedicated to protecting in their natural habitat: adorable yet endangered Red Pandas. Intensely hunted for their unique russet-and-cream colored fur as well as…


Bright-eyed and Bushy-tailed: Elusive Cloud Rat and Moonrat Caught on Camera

Mar 21, 2017

Video footage provides incredibly rare images of the Critically Endangered Dinagat Bushy-tailed Cloud Rat and Endangered Dinagat Gymnure in their natural habitat within the Philippine island of Dinagat. Known for its lush rainforests, Dinagat Island is…


Education and Empowerment in Ecuador

Mar 13, 2017

Rainforest Trust’s partner works with Ecuadorian youth to develop sustainable livelihood options through research opportunities directly linked to conservation. The new Tesoro Escondido Reserve, which was established in the Chocó ecoregion of Ecuador by Cambugán Foundation…


Supporter Spotlight: George Jett

Mar 07, 2017

Speaking for species through a lens George Jett is an invaluable member of Rainforest Trust. After retiring from over 30 years at the Environmental Protection Agency, he spends much of his time traveling the world and…


Land Titles for Indigenous Communities in Peru Create a Firewall of Protection

Mar 06, 2017

Indigenous communities in the Peruvian Amazon received legal recognition of their land ownership rights, which allows them to have access to state benefits and strengthens the buffer zone of the spectacular Sierra del Divisor National Park.…


Haven for the Hirola: Protecting Vital Habitat for the World’s Rarest Antelope

Feb 22, 2017

Rainforest Trust collaborates with passionate conservationists around the world who dedicate their lives to protecting threatened species and the habitats they call home. One incredibly inspiring partner is Dr. Abdullahi Ali and his team at the…


Sharing a Surname with a Singular Snake Species

Feb 13, 2017

Rainforest Trust’s partner is honored for his conservation work in Panama by having a newly discovered species of snake named after him. While most people spend their winter holiday searching for the perfect presents to convey…


Supporter Spotlight: PS32

Feb 01, 2017

Students in Queens Host Carnival to Save Tropical Habitat. When Lisa Hamlin’s third grade class at PS32 in Queens, New York, was studying Brazil and the Amazon Rainforest, they were compelled to take action. Lisa was…

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