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Ecuador Save a Hectare - 1 Hectare

Every $75 will enable Rainforest Rescue to purchase and protect 2500 square metres of Cloud Forest in Ecuador. The cost is based on the average price of properties purchased over the past five years.
$300
This item is tax deductible.

Save 1 Hectare of Ecuador Rainforest

The Andean Cloud Forests of Ecuador are one of the richest hotspots of biodiversity on the planet, containing around 15% of the world’s plant species and nearly 20% of its bird diversity.

An incredible diversity of animals including jaguars, spectacled bears and many rare birds live in the forest. However the constant threat of logging, mining and unsustainable agriculture is edging many species towards extinction.

Rainforest Rescue, in partnership with Rainforest Concern, purchases and protects strategically important rainforest properties within the Choco-Andean Corridor. Our project engages with the local community to develop alternative industries as well as educating them on the importance of protecting the rainforest for future livelihood.

Every $75 will enable Rainforest Rescue to purchase and protect 2500 square metres of Cloud Forest in Ecuador. The cost based on the average price of properties purchased over the past five years.

 

Three convenient LivingGift card delivery options

  • eCard –your gift will be sent via email straight to your recipient with your personalised message
  • Printed –simply enter the contact details of your nominated recipient/s and your message (no more than 15 words) and we will forward your card/s for you
  • Printed Blank– the LivingGift card/s will be sent blank to you for you to write your personal message

Message inside printed cards

<giver’s name> has bought you a gift of 1 hectare of Choco-Andean Corridor in Ecuador to be protected on your behalf.

Postage

We provide free postage and handling for regular delivery; however for overseas and express post orders, an $8 charge will automatically be added at the checkout.

 


 

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