We conserve land through outreach, restoration, and research.
The Putumayo Amazonian region is highly important for the preservation of the Amazonian rain forest. Its native people, medicinal plants and wild animals such as the Jaguar and the Tapir are currently threatened by increased road construction, oil exploration and fumigation. We are working together with the Cofan community from the Ukumari Kankhe Protected territory and other communities to defend and preserve this land.
All photography provided by Rafael Ayala
Christmas celebration with the Cofan tribe. December 2014. Happy children and plenty of food.
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