• Date Awarded:
    May 2005
  • Amount:
  • Term:
    36 months
  • Grant ID:
  • Funding Area:
    Environmental Conservation

Amazon Conservation Association (ACA) is using this grant to protect 200,000 acres of cloud forest in the Peruvian Andes. Conservation concessions provide a unique opportunity in Peru to safeguard large tracts of state-owned land with high biodiversity value, complementing national protected area systems. ACA was awarded the world's first conservation concession in the Los Amigos watershed. This second concession, the first in the tropical Andes, covers lower and upper montane rain forests outside Manu National Park. Outcomes include creation and establishment of management for the cloud forest concession, enhancement of conservation capacity in the Madre de Dios Basin through four sites covering approximately 1.5 million hectares, and increased grantee capacity.

Related Grants

Amazon Conservation Association (8)

date grant program term amount
Oct 2016 Protected Area Consolidation and Integration into Regional Development Planning in the Madidi Tambopata Mosaic Environmental Conservation 24 months $1,900,000
Jul 2014 Consolidate Manu-Tambopata Conservation Corridor to mitigate forest conversion in Madre de Dios, Peru. Environmental Conservation 31 months $2,100,000
Feb 2014 Securing Conservation Gains: Biological Dynamics of Forest Fragments Project of Manaus Environmental Conservation 10 months $274,157
Oct 2012 Consolidate Manu-Tambopata Conservation Corridor to mitigate forest conversion in Madre de Dios, Peru Environmental Conservation 14 months $999,997
Nov 2008 Corridor-based Mitigation of the Inter-Oceanic Highway, Peru Environmental Conservation 36 months $2,256,244
May 2005 Cloud Forest Concession Environmental Conservation 36 months $2,487,510
Jan 2004 Financial Investment and Conservation Outcome Software Environmental Conservation 36 months $55,000
Oct 2001 Los Amigos Conservation Concession Environmental Conservation 60 months $3,800,000

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