Amazonian Conservation Team

Amazonian Conservation Team
For thousands of years, indigenous peoples thrived in the Amazon rainforest, enjoying its bounty, cherishing its beauty, and honoring its mysteries. Over generations they built up vast, invaluable storehouses of knowledge about the plants and animals that shared their...

Who Are The Tarahumara?

Who Are The Tarahumara?
In the summer of 1993, two of our California Native guides, Doug Stewart and  Lynn Reineke, escorted a small group of Indians from the depths of Mexico’s Copper Canyon to Leadville, Colorado, where they astounded the world of marathon racing by coming in first, second...

Tukanoans

Tukanoans
For the Tukanoans, at the time of creation, people arrived to populate the Comisaria del Vaupés. These people had to endure incredible hardship as the rivers were populated with dangerous fish and hideous snakes while within the forest lived spirits with cannibalistic...

The Yanomami

The Yanomami
The Yanomami comprise a society of hunter-agriculturists of the tropical rainforest of Northern Amazonia, whose contact with non-indigenous society over the most part of their territory has been relatively recent. Their territory covers an area of approximately...
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