It’s our Nature to Protect
Become a Rainforest Rescuer today
Rainforests are under constant threat from development and climate change. Protecting and restoring rainforests is our business. Join Us!
How YOU can help
Save a rainforest
Rainforests support around HALF of all land-based species of plants and animals on Earth. Structurally complex, rainforests are essential to both animals and humans.
PLANT a rainforest
Many rainforests are disappearing with 65,000 hectares cleared or significantly de-graded every single day! Imagine a world without them and all their species.
We are losing the rich diversity of the rainforests. Many of these irreplaceable animal and plant species are now under threat and need our help to survive into the future.
When you give generously, you become part of a committed team of individuals who collectively are helping to preserve some of the most biodiverse habitats and the species that live within them on this planet. Become a Rainforest Guardian today!
RECLAIMING FOREST LAND
Thanks to the many Rainforest Rescuers that supported our last campaign, our 33rd Rainforest property, Lot 30 Cape Tribulation Rd, has been purchased and rescued! Everyone who supported this effort – you did it. Well done!
Now for the next property, Lot 27. This is also part of the Cape Kimberley Wildlife Corridor, which provides essential habitat for endangered and threatened species.
Click below to find out more and help rescue it.
COMMUNITY TREE PLANTING DAY 2019 – 3000 TREES PLANTED AT NIGHTWINGS
With climate change looming, planting trees may be our best opportunity to preserve the land and help reduce carbon in the atmosphere while expanding precious habitat and protecting biodiversity. Rainforest Rescue believes in the power of trees to help regulate our climate and ensure a more sustainable world. Rainforests provide rich ecosystem services that support and enhance life on our planet.
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