Natural reserves

The Foundation believes that knowing and maintaining natural areas and their species in balance is the most effective way to conserve biodiversity.

For this reason, it is responsible for the creation and maintenance of two Private Natural Heritage Reserves (RPPNs).

Located in the most threatened biomes (Atlantic Forest and Cerrado), it aims to make them a reference in management and relationship with the community.

The management of our natural reserves today guarantees the preservation of 11 thousand hectares.

Discover our Nature Reserves with the senior manager of Biodiversity Economics, André Ferretti.

Read the podcast here.


Where is it? Guaraqueçaba, on the coast of Paraná.
What is its area? It has a great diversity of species and an area equivalent to more than 2 thousand football fields.
In addition to the focus on conservation as it has a unique biodiversity, it is a field for research, management, and is open to the public for visitation.

Today it is considered one of the main attractions of the northern coast of Paraná, receiving more than 10,000 visitors from different states and countries annually.

To learn more about this Salto Morato Nature Reserve, watch the video below and be enchanted with this paradise:

Stories of the Great Atlantic Forest Reserve | T1E07 – Salto Morato


Where is it? Cavalcante, in the countryside of Goiás, almost on the border with Tocantins.
What is its area? It has an area equivalent to 9,000 soccer fields in the Cerrado, a biome that houses the springs of the 3 main river basins in Brazil. For this reason, it is considered a priority region by the Ministry of the Environment.

In order to understand more about this relationship and Tombador, it is worth watching the documentary “The Story After the Fire” that evaluated the impacts of the great fire in 2017.

Documentary “The Story After the Fire”