Stay tuned for information on our fall 2019 work in several watersheds helping local communities set up Vigilance Committees so they can take the future of their own lands into their own hands.
A recent expedition to research the viability of and initiate various economic development and stewardship projects working with remote communities near protected areas in the upper Amazonian headwaters.Read More
A recent expedition assessing the viability of multimodal (existing roads and rivers) transportation of goods and services as an alternative to a new road from Iñapari, Peru to Puerto Esperanza, Peru through multiple sensitive and protected areas.Read More
An expedition with photographer Charlie Hamilton James for a National Geographic cover story on tribes in initial contact that he and Chris Fagan produced for the October 2018 issue.Read More
An expedition sponsored by the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting and the American Association for the Advancement of Science to produce a cover story for Science Magazine on recent contact events with isolated tribes and the impact of extractive industries on indigenous communities, photographed by Jason Houston and written by Andrew Lawler with logistical direction from Chris Fagan.Read More