MUSHULLAKTA COMMUNITY

Napo, Ecuador

200 HECTARES OF REGENERATIVE FARMS      PROTECTION OF CENTENNIAL TREES         300 HECTARES OF PRIMARY AMAZON RAINFOREST

DESCRIPTION

Located on the edge of the Sumaco-Napo-Galeras National Park, in the province of Napo, Ecuador, Mushullakta is an Indigenous Kichwa community of restorers who are embarking on a journey of restoration, conservation and sustainability.

There are 13 families that have committed to reforesting their lands by using assisted forest restoration and regenerative agriculture techniques. 

Together they are restoring 200 hectares of land and conserving 300 hectares of primary forest in the Amazon Rainforest of Ecuador.

SOCIO-ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT

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7500 trees planted

since 2020, including hard-wood species

15 native species reintroduced since 2020, including native orchids

300 hectares of protected primary rainforest on the edge of the Sumaco-Galeras National Park

35 community members (including children) receiving training, support and fair wages

MEET THE FAMILIES

ANDRÉS AND MARÍA
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ÁNGEL AND ANGELINA
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SEE MAP
GLORIA AND HENRY
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MUSHULLAKTA'S ECO-ACTIONS