ABOUT 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 South-East Asia. 

© 2019 by Princeton

Sunda Rainforest Project

CONTACT 

E: wconte@princeton.edu

M: +1 (415) 794-7335

NEWS

Read some of our articles on the ecological wonders of Sumatra and the challenges we face 

August 2019 - Six Princeton students travel to the 30 Hills landscape to document the ongoing conservation efforts in the region, meeting with partners from WWF, Alam Bukit Tigapuluh, and the Frankfurt Zoological Society. 

 

Spring 2019 - Fundraising continues successfully, with an Earth Day 5K race raising awareness on campus.

 

Fall 2018 - Princeton Conservation Society partners with the World Wildlife Fund to help protect the imperiled 30 Hills landscape, one of the last refuges of the Sumatran Tiger.

 

September 2018 - Membership swells in PCS and the Sunda Rainforest Project; PCS becomes the largest environmental group on Princeton’s campus!

 

Spring 2018 - Three Princeton students from the Princeton Conservation society found the Sunda Rainforest Project to contribute to the conservation of their University’s mascot, the Tiger.