What We Do

Rainforest Partnership works with local and indigenous communities to keep their trees standing. Our projects leverage the culture, knowledge, and resources of our partners to ensure happy people and healthy forests.

Sustainable Economies
We build sustainable economies that rely on healthy forests for success. Artisanal products and tourism, butterflies and bees, shade-grown coffee and cacao, natural medicine, protected areas—whatever the project, we deliver the same result: self-sufficient communities with an incentive to keep trees standing.

Conservation Science

Our conservation research supports the creation of protected areas and actions for endangered species. As a result-driven organization, we pride ourselves on conducting high-level research and carefully choosing our indicators of conservation success, so that the rainforest’s incredible biodiversity can be protected for years to come.
Protected Areas and Land Titling
We are securing and strengthening the legal protection of over 350,000+ acres of extremely biodiverse areas of tropical rainforest. Working directly with governments and local stakeholders in Peru, we help our partner communities achieve legal recognition of their territories, create their own legally recognized private areas of conservation, and implement community-based natural resource management plans.

Endangered Species Conservation Planning

Many endangered mammals face threats of habitat loss and illegal hunting. Using our baseline data and population research, we are working to develop action plans that take advantage of existing legislation and lay out the actions needed to conserve species and their habitats for local authorities, all while empowering and benefitting local people.
Forest Restoration
Reforestation can be a powerful tool to restore rainforest ecosystems, mitigate climate change, and to provide a source of income for rainforest communities. Paired with agroforestry, reforestation can strengthen local economies, biodiversity, and carbon storage all at the same time.

Engagement and Empowerment with Local Stakeholders

Whether they are a community, NGO, university, government, or business, local stakeholders are our strongest allies in on-the-ground conservation work. Rainforest Partnership builds allies for conservation by providing environmental and economic education to dozens of our partner communities.

Sustainable Economies

Sustainable Economies

We build sustainable economies that rely on healthy forests for success. Artisanal products and tourism, butterflies and bees, shade-grown coffee and cacao, natural medicine, protected areas—whatever the project, we deliver the same result: self-sufficient communities with an incentive to keep trees standing.

Protected Areas and Land Titling

Protected Areas and Land Titling

We are securing and strengthening the legal protection of over 350,000+ acres of extremely biodiverse areas of tropical rainforest. Working directly with governments and local stakeholders in Peru, we help our partner communities achieve legal recognition of their territories, create their own legally recognized private areas of conservation, and implement community-based natural resource management plans.

Forest Restoration

Forest Restoration

Reforestation can be a powerful tool to restore rainforest ecosystems, mitigate climate change, and to provide a source of income for rainforest communities. Paired with agroforestry, reforestation can strengthen local economies, biodiversity, and carbon storage all at the same time.

Conservation Science

Conservation Science

Our conservation research supports the creation of protected areas and actions for endangered species. As a result-driven organization, we pride ourselves on conducting high-level research and carefully choosing our indicators of conservation success, so that the rainforest’s incredible biodiversity can be protected for years to come.

Endangered Species Conservation Planning

Endangered Species Conservation Planning

Many endangered mammals face threats of habitat loss and illegal hunting. Using our baseline data and population research, we are working to develop action plans that take advantage of existing legislation and lay out the actions needed to conserve species and their habitats for local authorities, all while empowering and benefitting local people.

Engagement and Empowerment of Local Stakeholders

Engagement and Empowerment of Local Stakeholders

Whether they are a community, NGO, university, government, or business, local stakeholders are our strongest allies in on-the-ground conservation work. Rainforest Partnership builds allies for conservation by providing environmental and economic education to dozens of our partner communities.

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