Restoration of 1 acre of the disappearing Tropical Andes cloudforests
Provides 1 child a kit of materials to take courses in the Corosha district (notebook, pens, pencils and brochures) and installs a forest nursery for native species in the Cerros de Amotape National Park
Two community rangers tour the Hierba Buena Allpayacu Communal Private Conservation Area in order to monitor the conservation status of its montane forests and the unique species that inhabit there.
Support the management of 300 hectares of the San Pedro de Vice Mangrove Ramsar Site by training an association of tourist guides
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The preservation of the rainforest was HPF’s Founder’s passion. It inspired her to form the Holloman Price Foundation. The work of preserving and conserving the Peruvian Rainforest and its inhabitants is crucial for the future of our planet. Hollomon Price Foundation is proud to partner with RP.
The work we are doing with RP in the Ecuadorian Amazon is super important to me and to the communities. Our work together further equips them with the tools they need to continue protecting forests and biodiversity in their own ways-- and to conserve cultural identity and ancestral knowledge for future generations.