Since 2015, we’ve safeguarded the communities, species, and resources of the Andes mountains and Amazon headwaters—vast ecosystems vital to the future of our planet.

Yes, these lands face tremendous threats in the form of climate change, deforestation, and unsustainable development.

But we see incredible progress happening on the conservation front. With the help of AAF and our mission-critical partners, millions of acres of forest—containing countless species, indigenous communities, and those living in voluntary isolation—are now safe and secure for many years to come.

Purús Communal Reserve
Photo © Jason Houston / Upper Amazon Conservancy (UAC)
Upper Amazon Conservancy
Photo © Jason Houston / Upper Amazon Conservancy (UAC)

Our Achievements So Far

protected areas established
acres conserved
indigenous lands titled

Areas Created with Our Support

Municipal Conservation Areas

  • Santa Rosa
  • El Chaco
  • Sigsig
  • Río León-Condor
  • Cascales
  • Itachini-Itayuro
  • Huamboya
  • Bajo Madidi

Private Conservation Areas

  • Monte Puyo
  • San Luis
  • Chuquibamba
  • Santuario La Veronica
  • Machusaniaca I & II
  • Fundo Cadena
  • Wayqecha
  • Matoriato
  • Cujillo
  • Copal-Cuilungo

Conservation Concessions

  • Alto Pilcomayo
  • Yaku Kawsanapa
  • Tijae Nain
  • Dase Nain
  • El Quinillal
  • Valle del Biavo
  • Dos de Mayo de Muyuy
  • Guacamayo
  • Maquisapa, and El Sangapillal
  • Cordillera Vaquero
  • Alto Renaco
  • Chullachaqui Renacal-Santa Elena
  • Bella Durmiente
  • Gran Ochanache
  • Pumasapa
  • Yurúa

Titled Indigenous Lands

  • Oori
  • Cametsari Quipatsi
  • San Pedro
  • Beu
  • Koshireni
  • Nuevo Olaya

Explore the Region

Morning on the Breu River near Oori, Peru.

Saving a landscape like no other

Preserving the forests between the eastern Andes mountains and the upper lowland Amazon means ensuring a vibrant future for the communities and precious ecosystems of Peru, Colombia, Bolivia, and Ecuador. What happens in this region impacts all of us, however. Not only do these areas hold an estimated 20 percent of the world’s freshwater, but they are also highly important for global climate function.

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