Huaravito Reserve / Sacred Natural Site
To sustainably manage the resources contained in the Huaravito Reserve / Sacred Natural Site, with the active participation of organizations, institutions and communities that are located within the protected area and in the surrounding areas, seeking increase the socioeconomic well-being of the inhabitants through the implementation of community management activities, recreation and ecotourism, environmental education, control and protection, monitoring and research of biodiversity, forest management, water resources management, ecosystem recovery, protection of cultural heritage, land use planning and rural community tourism.
The Huaravito Reserve / Sacred Natural Site is a private protected area that is managed with clear policies, well-defined management strategies and integrated with other international, state, non-governmental and local institutions, capable of protecting and managing natural and cultural resources. to influence the sustainable development of communities and improving the quality of life.
The restoration of ecosystems is essential to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals of the 2030 Agenda, especially those related to climate change, poverty eradication, food security, water and biodiversity conservation. It is also a pillar of international environmental conventions, such as the conventions on biological diversity, desertification, land degradation, and climate change.
By inspiring people, including visitors to our protected area, ecosystem restoration can foster collaborations to reduce degradation and contribute to the broader goals of protected areas and biodiversity conservation. The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development aims to end poverty, conserve biodiversity, fight climate change and improve the livelihoods of all people in the world.