Close Up of Swamp Tiger at PT Sumber Hijau Permai in South Sumatra in 2013
Tiger Captured on Camera-Trap
Signage of The Tiger Crossings Location at PT Arara Abadi in Riau
Camera-Trap Test at Lalan River Protected Forest Area
Mitigation Training on Human-Tiger Conflict to The Forest Plantation Employees
Survey at Kampar-Kerumutan Landscape as One of Priority Landscapes for Tiger Habitat
Mangrove Forests in Sembilang National Park
Long Tailed Macaque
Tropical Rainforests 01
Tropical Rainforests 02
The Belantara Foundation was established in 2014 to seek and manage funding to support wide-ranging landscape scale conservation projects in Sumatra and Kalimantan, Indonesia.
The Foundation aims to help ensure a careful balance is found in the region between economic development, the livelihoods of people in local communities and environmental conservation.
We use a landscape conservation approach to protect and restore important ecosystems in Indonesia.
Belantara Foundation believes that a sustainable landscape approach must incorporate a harmony of principles that not only protect the livelihoods of the people, particularly at a grassroots level, but also see to a value added protection of natural resources and biodiversity long into the future.