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Amazonian Andes
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One of the most species diverse regions on the planet is under threat. Donate today and help us protect this precious habitat.

http://www.worldlandtrust.org/projects/ecuador/amazonian-andes

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Action Fund
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Donations to the Action Fund allows WLT the flexibility to direct money where it is most urgently needed, enabling us to react to the changing circumstances faced by partners. Donations are allocated to any one of our conservation projects across the world.


http://www.worldlandtrust.org/projects/action-fund

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Buy an Acre Fund
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Donations to Buy an Acre go to our overseas conservation partners, enabling them to create permanently protected nature reserves. Buy an Acre funds are currently supporting land purchase in Mexico and new projects will be introduced as important land for biodiversity becomes available for an average of £100 per acre.


http://www.worldlandtrust.org/projects/buy-acre

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Mexico Land Acquisition
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World Land Trust is working in Mexico to purchase and permanently protect the diverse range of forest habitats in the Sierra Gorda Biosphere Reserve. For £100 an acre, your donation will protect land for an array of wildlife including Jaguar, Puma, Black Bear, Porcupine and hundreds of species of birds, amphibians and reptiles.


http://www.worldlandtrust.org/projects/mexico

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Plant a Tree
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Your donations will plant trees that will restore forests where they have been lost in the past. Native trees are currently being planted in Kenya, Ecuador and Brazil


http://www.worldlandtrust.org/projects/plant-tree

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