Far too often, non-profits are held back from their true potential due to lack of collaboration, communication, or doubling of efforts. We all want to make a difference and serve a greater purpose than ourselves. It is under this banner that we operate Acaté Amazon Conservation.
Please enjoy visiting and supporting our partners. We look forward to teaming with others as we grow in our mission of sustaining resiliency for the Matsés people and, in turn, protect the splendor that is the Amazon rainforest biome.
With more than one-million unique visitors per month, Mongabay.com is one of the world’s most popular environmental science and conservation news sites. The news and rainforests sections of the site are widely cited for information on tropical forests, conservation, and wildlife.
Mongabay.com aims to raise interest in wildlife and wildlands while promoting awareness of environmental issues. Please visit Mongabay today to learn more about the latest news and events surrounding environmental issues challenging our planet.
The Chaikuni Institute is a non-profit organization and educational hub working for a truly sustainable future for the Peruvian Amazon. Through the union of ancient indigenous traditions with contemporary Permaculture design, The Chaikuni Institute teaches and applies regenerative community-based development practices in Amazonian communities.
Caura Futures supports the conservation of the Caura River Basin ecosystem by providing training and tools to safeguard indigenous knowledge, improve human health, and promote good ecosystem stewardship. In these endeavors, local Ye’kwana and Sanema people make all decisions regarding activities to be realized in their communities. They curate and control all indigenous knowledge archives, and they review and approve all introduced technologies. In Venezuela, we work with an independent non-profit organization, Caura Weichojo.
The Center for Amazon Community Ecology’s mission is to promote the understanding, conservation, and sustainable development of human and other biological communities in the Amazon region. The main strategies for achieving our goals are research, community support, and education. These include investigating the ecology and sustainable harvest of non-timber forest products (like resins, fruits and fibers) and assisting indigenous and other forest-based communities to manage and market them to support local development and conservation.