We chose the wildlife species that are (critically) endangered, yet have received little conservation attention. These species are the symbol of our journey, as they represent the unique biodiversity of Sulawesi.
Closely working together with local communities and authorities, we try to bring forward change from the roots.
Large fruit-eating bats are important for durian pollination and seed dispersal in the tropical rainforests of Sulawesi.
One of the two tortoises in Sulawesi that live on land. Its existence is important as seed disperser of cactus seeds in the tropical savannah.
This species can only be found in the Talaud-Sangihe Islands of Sulawesi. Feeding on lianas that wrap around trees, they vital for maintaining the health of the forest.
Partnering with Shoal, we just started our Fish Program in Lake Poso
We are a conservation team that aims to initiate a community movement in protecting Sulawesi's nature.
What we have been able to achieve so far is largely thanks to our supporters. Thank you for believing in our cause!
These organizations help us primarily with expertise. On top of that they also support us with fundraising and program implementation.