a. To preserve the old growth rain forest and eco system.
b. To make available living options for the amazon people, other than slash and burn for the sake of an annual crop.
c. To locate and develop countless new plants and resources which will benefit mankind.
d. To use land already cleared to grow these new plant resources in abundance.
e. To make available certain areas of the region for eco-friendly tourism, study and sanctuaries.
f. To develop protection programs for the Boto Dolphin and other species.
g. Using the concept of a force for good, this first step approach can be used to secure and protect other areas of the amazon and the world.

2. Revenue Generating Possibilities for the local people
a. Develop renewable resource program.
b. Provide study facilities for educational groups.
c. Provide eco-friendly accommodations for visitors to these regions.
d. Gain endorsements from supporters around the world.
e. Allow "adopt a tree or acre of the Amazon" programs by institutions or individuals.
f. Develop Fisheries and food programs for the Brazilian people.
g. Develop native trades to be marketed worldwide.

3. Health care anywhere
a. Provide mobile health care services to the people who need them most.
b. Establish research facilities to study local health threats and to promote a better standard of living without changing life styles or traditions.

Amazon Macaw

Did You Know That...

Not only is the Amazon Basin home to rich plant and animal life, it is also home to indigenous tribes like the Matses.