Rating: 4.96 stars 24 24 reviews
800 W 34th St. Suite #105 Austin TX 78705 USA
Our mission is to protect and regenerate tropical rainforests by working with the people of the forests to develop sustainable livelihoods that empower and respect both people and nature. Our project model: We partner with forest communities to help them make an income that allows them to protect their forests. We do this by working with communities to develop and market products made out of raw materials found only in the rainforest or by providing services that are unique to rainforest. By developing the market for these products, locally, elsewhere in Latin America, and in the U.S., sales of these goods and services give residents a financial stake in protecting their forests.
We partner and work with indigenous rainforest communities help them make a sustainable income that allows them to protect their forests and their way of life.
Geographic areas served:
Communities with tropical rainforests
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Great organization with an excellent vision. Strong leadership and strong team. A pleasure to work with. They are definite change agents.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
building a partnership.
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What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...
their openness and passion to create change.
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
in tune with today's complex problems and the changing market needs.
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
change the world.
Ways to make it better...
they had more resources.
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