Help Save the Sunda Rain Forest Now
Together, WWF and the Princeton Conservation Society are protecting one of the last great wildlife habitats in the deforestation hotspot that is the Indonesian island of Sumatra.
Will you help students halt and reverse forest destruction? Your donation will power our partnership in Sumatra, including:
Monitoring Bukit Tigapuluh landscape, also known as 30 Hills, for forest crimes such as illegal logging and poaching.
Restoring and protecting the 100,000-acre 30 Hills forest concession managed by WWF and partners.
Building the knowledge base for the landscape and map traditional village land rights and uses, ensuring communities benefit from long-term management of 30 Hills.
Together, we can save some of the most biologically important forest on our planet for future generations. Help save the Sunda rain forest by donating today.
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