Sunda Rainforest Project

Princeton Conservation Society

In Partnership with World Wildlife Fund

A Student Driven Initiative

The Sunda Rainforest Project at Princeton is a group of university undergraduate and graduate students whose mission, with the help of our partners at World Wildlife Fund, is to protect and restore biodiverse rainforest in Sumatra, Indonesia, as well as to work with local communities to create sustainable income through conservation.

Your contribution makes a big difference 

Your donation goes towards funding conservation and providing protection for fragile ecosystems threatened by land conversion.

GET to know us


We are a conservation initiative led by students from Princeton University partnered with the World Wildlife Fund. Our goal is to contribute and raise money to fund research, community development, and rainforest restoration in Jambi providence of Sumatra, Indonesia. 

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Sunda Rainforest Project

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