We work with Latin American governments at the municipal, regional and national level to help initiate and implement long-term, large scale conservation initiatives. A government reserve signifies the highest level of protection, as well as their desire to develop sustainably while preserving their country’s rich natural history. Working with these governments is an honor, and our close partnerships allow us to support the trajectory of their environmental policy.
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By working with indigenous communities to protect their ancestral homeland, we’re preserving their cultural heritage as well as the land that sustains them. We also work with Andean communities to protect their watersheds and local environs, helping them to implement sustainable agricultural practices that ensure sustainable livelihoods. We’re currently working with over 100 communities to conserve critical ecosystems in Latin America.
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Many endangered lands are in private hands, making acquisition an important tool for conservation. Purchasing land requires a fair approach to property owners, and in many cases it is a welcome outcome for all concerned. Through the acquisition of key parcels, we have expanded existing national parks, created new natural reserves, and helped preserve important watersheds.
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