Another way is to donate your time and skills
- Contribute your time and skills to the ARCAmazon initiative, we need support from people with diverse skill sets. Let us know what skills you can offer.
- Share our outputs, if you like Amazon Academy LIVE please share it at your school, on your Facebook, in your home and to your business.
- Visit us. Come as a tourist or a group leader, with your own ideas or to collaborate. Our aim is to get as many people involved in actively conserving the Amazon as possible so we invite you to become part of the Alliance
- Make a financial pledge. You can help us by adding us to your will or leaving the Amazon in your legacy
- Write to us with your ideas. Tell us what you would like to learn about the Amazon or how we can help you to achieve your dreams for protecting and conserving the Amazon
- Talk to people about our the Amazon. We can guarantee it will lead to some interesting conversations as people become more curious
- Organize a formal talk if you’d like to ‘show and tell’ our story to a group. Let us know beforehand and we can help stock you up with all the facts, resources and media you may need to support your talk and make it a success
- Hold a fundraising event such as a bake sale, auction, office competition or school fete
ARCAmazon Programs make a big impact and contribute to the protection of the Amazon. There are many ways to get involved in this initiative and get creative with protecting the Amazon’s forests…
PRIMATE CONSERVATION RESEARCH
Study Primates with a Specific Focus on the Endangered Peruvian Black Spider Monkey
ARCAmazon is looking for volunteers and interns to assist us with applied research of wild and endangered primate groups in the remote, primary rainforests of the Peruvian Amazon. Volunteers and interns will support the vital work of our Primate Conservation Research Team, based at the Las Piedras Amazon Center (LPAC). Our task is to better understand the current status–and support conservation action–of the endangered Peruvian black spider monkey (Ateles chamek) and at least 9 other species of primate found in the Las Piedras Watershed. Research undertaken by the primate team helps us determine conservation strategies for ARCAmazon and its partners…
Forest Ranger Program
Join the team on the Frontline of Forest Conservation
Work alongside, support & learn from ARCAmazon's forest rangers during their daily mission to study and protect 4,500 hectares of important forest in Las Piedras
We would love to welcome you into the heart of the Amazon as a visitor or participant, but if that’s not possible for now then there are still plenty of ways you can help the Amazon rainforest…
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