Live Harmoniously

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The Amazon rainforest has been the home to Indigenous peoples since the first settlement at Brazil’s Caverna da Pedra Pintada … Read More

Map Making Activity

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Did you know that the Amazon Rainforest is the largest tropical ecosystem in the world?! Can you even begin to … Read More

Rain Rain, Don’t Go Away!

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Have you noticed a lot of rain this May? While it might not always be the best for outside play, … Read More

Story Telling Trees

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All too often we neglect the natural environment. From our backyards, to across the globe, it is essential to take … Read More

Titling indigenous communities protects forests in the Peruvian Amazon

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Peer-Reviewed Findings: Giving Indigenous Communities Title to Their Land Protects Tropical Forests Landmark peer-reviewed study shows deforestation drops dramatically the … Read More

What Can Kids Do About CO2?

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Have you noticed that the weather was a bit different this “winter”? From Spring-like days in the middle of February … Read More

The Cycle of Gold

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These videos take you step-by-step through the destructive process of illegal gold mining in the Amazon rainforest.

Make Art, Take Action!

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  Taking care of the environment takes care of all living things. However, our culture does not always support this … Read More

Rock Reminders

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As we enter 2017, many of us are busy writing New Year’s resolutions. However, all too often ways to protect … Read More

5 Rainforest-Friendly New Years Resolutions

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Thinking about big changes for 2017? Why not make New Years resolutions that are good for you and the planet with these 5 … Read More

Mask Making

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Now, more than ever, we need to take care of the earth. The Amazon Rainforest is the largest tropical ecosystem … Read More

“Mate Burilado”, The Ultimate Pumpkin Carving!

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While Halloween marks a time of carving pumpkins for recreation in the West,  gourd carving, known as “mate burilado”, done … Read More

All About Agoutis

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Species DescriptionAgoutis are rodents in the genus Dasyprocta, which consists of 12 known species found throughout Central and South America. … Read More

Painting with Produce!

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As the weather cools and your garden grows, now is the time to educate kids about food sources and Indigenous … Read More

River of Gold to be Honored at Third Annual Pongo Awards

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SANTA MONICA, CALIFORNIA (PRWEB) SEPTEMBER 17, 2016 The Orang Utan Republik Foundation (OURF) will honor environmental achievement from film, television, … Read More

Dancing in the Rain

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Have you ever stopped and wondered what you would do without water? In the Western world, we often take access … Read More

We All Breathe

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We all need to take care of the environment. But often it may feel overwhelming and you might feel at … Read More

Save the Rainforest — Again

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  From Gondwana Ecotours   “Save the Rainforest” was a movement and phrase so prevalent in the 1990’s that T … Read More

The Making of River Gold

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In the summer of 1999, I journeyed to the Peruvian Amazon, a remote and pristine area, the largest piece of … Read More

Freshwater Species of the Amazon

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In addition to harboring high levels of terrestrial biodiversity, the Amazon basin also contains the largest share of freshwater species in … Read More

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