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“Jaguar of the Malinalco” 36” x 24” rice paper, earth pigments, oil on panel © Kimberly Webber

Transform Yourself.

Transform the World.

Protecting the Source.

Inspiring the Future.

Protecting endangered species starts at home.


Habitat destruction is the number one threat facing Jaguar populations. Pachamama Alliance is a part of an initiative working to protect over 86 million acres of pristine rainforest in the Sacred Headwaters region of the Amazon rainforest in Ecuador and Peru.

Our Work

The Pachamama Alliance was born out of an invitation from the Achuar people of Ecuador to work in partnership to preserve their land and culture in the Amazon rainforest while bringing forth a new worldview that honors and sustains life.

The Achuar requested that we not just stop the immediate threats of extractive industries such as oil and mining facing their region, but that we also change the dream of the modern world—a dream of acquisition and consumption.

With roots deep in the Amazon rainforest, our courses and trainings integrate Indigenous wisdom with modern knowledge to support personal and collective transformation that is the catalyst to bringing forth an environmentally sustainable, spiritually fulfilling, socially just human presence on this planet.


We work directly with our Indigenous partners in Ecuador and Peru to fulfill their right to self-determination by preserving their lands, culture, way of life, and to stand for their rights to safeguard the Amazon rainforest.

In partnership with over 30 Indigenous nationalities and other non-governmental organizations, we are currently working to secure permanent protected status of the Sacred Headwaters region of the Amazon rainforest in Ecuador and Peru.

86 million acres of rainforest make up the Amazon Sacred Headwaters region.

45% of the region is Indigenous territory.

22.2% of the area is protected by Ecuadorian or Peruvian governmental programs.

50 million acres of highly biodiverse forest still needs to be protected.

In the industrialized world, we work to shift the culture of overconsumption and separation that threatens the Amazon and the entire planet.

What can you do to help?

You’re critical in creating a future that works for all. Take the Awakening the Dreamer online course to learn about the role you can play.

Buy art here on the Kimberly Webber’s website, knowing 70% of your purchase goes directly to Pachamama Alliance.

Visit to donate. Over 90% of our funding comes from committed individuals like you who align their financial resources with their values and vision for the world.

We can make a difference.

The survival of this species depends on the choices we make as humans.