Nearly one acre of forest is lost every second
37M+ ACRES SAVED
The RAINFOREST CLIMATE ACTION FUND will support high-impact projects like these.
Bolivia is ranked third in the world for forest loss, with the country’s Bajo Paragua forest as ground zero in the fight to save the Amazon Rainforest from logging, fire, and conversion to agriculture. To hold the line, Rainforest Trust and our partner, Fundación Natura Bolivia are working to create the San Ignacio and Concepcion Municipal Protected Areas, safeguarding the majority of this landscape – over 2 million acres of rich, old growth, lowland rainforest.
Located at the southern end of the Great African Rift Valley, Gorongosa National Park is widely recognized as one of the most successful conservation and wildlife rehabilitation efforts in Africa. As outside pressure from poaching and development mount in the region, Rainforest Trust and our local partner, the Gorongosa Restoration Project, are working to protect 1 million acres of tropical rainforests, mangroves, savanna and grasslands ensuring safety for the wealth of resident biodiversity.
Thanks to the generous support of our Board members and other supporters who cover all of our operating expenses, Rainforest Trust is able to allocate 100% of donations to conservation action. No board member receives financial benefit and our staff salaries are modest.
Rainforest Trust is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
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