The Project Amazonas forest reserves are staffed by rotating forest wardens from adjacent communities. These wardens perform the vital tasks of keeping trails open, facilities well-maintained, and above all, protecting against illegal logging and hunting. Protect the forest and all its inhabitants—animal and human—by funding a forest warden position for a year, or by making a continuing contribution by funding a forest warden for the same month every year at Madre Selva, Sabalillo, Paucarillo, Moyobomba, or Santa Cruz.
"I have invested thousands of dollars and a year of work in my documentary film about Project Amazonas and their critical mission in the Peruvian rainforest. It's been a life-changing experience, I am very proud of my contribution."
“The people of the Amazon Rainforest are caretakers of a vast ecosystem and natural resources in need of their protection.”