Grants in South america

Save America's Forests (on behalf of the Waorani)
$2,500 to support Save America’s Forests and Land is Life work with the Waorani (formerly spelled Huaorani) to curb illegal logging by signing 6 month contracts with leaders to not allow logging on their territory in Yasuni National Park in the Ecuadorian Amazon as a temporary measure while the government is working with community leaders to develop a permanent long-term agreement that will take over these payments as part of the plan.
Latin American Permaculture Network of Peru (REDPAL-Peru)
on behalf of Achual Sustainable Harvest Project
$2,300 to support the Achual community’s permaculture project in the in Peruvian Amazon, which will produce tropical fruits with maximum biodiversity, provide income security, result in the reforestation of depleted areas, and lead to native status recognition of 4,000 acres of rainforest territory.
Protest against copper mining in Ecuador
Defense and Ecological Conservation of Intag
$3,000 to help DECOIN build on the already strong community-level opposition to mining company Ascendant Copper, as well as support continued citizen patrols of at risk areas and the establishment of additional community watersheds in the biologically diverse Intag region of northwest Ecuador.
Oilwatch Ecuador
$4,500 in support for a creative campaign backed by the Ecuadorian government that would keep crude oil in the subsoil permanently in Yasuní National Park in the Amazon, halting the planned ITT oil project, in exchange for international financial support.
Interethnic Development Association of the Peruvian Rainforest (AIDESEP)
$3,000 in support for the opening of Escuela Senen Soi, a training program by and for Indigenous leaders of the Peruvian Amazon to build skills related to the defense of the human rights and the environment.