23 Hectares of Succesfully Protected Rainforest: Cooperation with the Ecuadorian Government

We would like to share excellent news with you regarding the recently threatened 23 hectares of rainforest that we have successfully protected, thanks to your support.

We have established a collaboration with the Ecuadorian government and joined a program for the restoration of this unique ecosystem. Historically, a part of this area served as pasture for livestock, leading to deforestation and ecological damage. Our goal is to transform this location into a protected area, ensuring the preservation of local wildlife and providing a home for a diverse range of plant and animal species. A crucial element of our objective is complete reforestation, essential for restoring biodiversity.

Therefore, we have applied for inclusion in the National Reforestation Program aimed at environmental protection. This partnership allows us to plant indigenous, endangered plant and tree species, restoring the original rainforest biodiversity. Soon, a government reforestation specialist will visit the site to assess soil conditions and help us determine the optimal strategy for our reforestation efforts.

This collaboration with government institutions is a clear demonstration of what can be achieved when the public and non-profit sectors join forces for the benefit of nature. We believe that this project will have a long-term and positive impact not only on the local area but also on expanding conservation efforts in other parts of the Ecuadorian Amazon. Thanks to your support and government assistance, we are moving towards the regeneration of this biodiversity treasure.

On behalf of our entire team, we would like to express our deepest gratitude for your unwavering support. We look forward to sharing more updates on the project’s progress and firmly believe that together, we can contribute to better protecting our planet for current and future generations.

The video showcases the recently protected 23-hectare land, where clearly visible deforested areas are awaiting forest vegetation restoration