Record flooding is occurring now in the Peruvian Amazon due to climate change, record glacial melt in the Andes, and unusually heavy rains. This deluge of water has hit hard in the Tahuayo River Basin that is part of […]
RCF has formed a partnership with the Rainforest Rescue Coalition (RRC). Working together, we are able to improve both our conservation impact and fundraising activities. RRC has organized a bicycle “Ride for the Rainforest” event to help fund sustainable […]
Conservation work in the Área de Conservación Regional Comunal Tamshiyacu-Tahuayo (ARCTT) to protect the reserve and to support the communities in the buffer zone of the reserve.
RCF has continued conservation work on the Área de Conservación Regional Comunal Tamshiyacu-Tahuayo (ARCTT) with extensionists from our sister group in Peru, the Asociación para la Conservación y Desarrollo Amazónico (ACDA), other contracted extensionists, a nurse, and local villagers.
If you’ve been following RCF´s activities for the last several years, you have probably noticed that we had focused our conservation work on the Tahuayo River and the 322,500 hectare Reserva Comunal Tamshiyacu-Tahuayo (RCTT). Together with our sister group in Peru, the Asociación para la Conservación y Desarrollo Amazónico (ACDA), our goals were to protect the reserve and support the communities located in the buffer zone of the upper Tahuayo River.