Projects, Campaigns & Initiatives
Natural Resource Theft Protection Initiative
Natural resource theft is when a larger organization such as a government entity, or a corporation attempts to circumvent the land rights of the local people to use for their purposes against the wishes of the indigenous population.
Natural Resource theft is historically linked to the degradation of resource quality and abuse of the land. Indigenous communities are also directly affected by resource theft, and there is a heavy correlation between human/drug/animal
trafficking in areas of high resource mismanagement.
Different Rhythm Foundation provides many services in regards to protecting natural resources including; land rights education, treaty analysis, political advising, direct deputized negotiation, evidence collection, surveillance, tactical advising, and training.
We are looking for professional, respectful individuals to help in giving from the heart, with dedication, taking trials and tribulations along these industry path's.
IF YOU have a skill or even mere time and want to help champion these causes, we welcome the thoughtful and kind help or direction. We may be reached by clicking the USA image below. Filling out the contact form and your request will be sent to DRF and you will be contacted.
Globally, countries and private game reserves are engaging in an increasingly sophisticated arms race against poachers, trophy hunters and terrorists, and human-wildlife conflict. Yet the destruction of nature and its wildlife continues. Some experts argue that the battle must be joined on a far wider front that targets supply & demand, while educating the importance of biodiversity and coexistence
Project's Philosophy: To act with honor, integrity, erudition and precision to protect those who know only peace.
Project's Mission: To ensure the survival of endangered, vulnerable and threatened keystone species of wild animals and helping to provide a safe, secure environment for animals thru helping with innovative new ways to educating community, local community relations, training anti-poaching rangers, and other experienced counter-units ready to serve.
Natural Resource Theft Protection: In photo, USMC Veteran Andrew Perera helping to secure Mauna Kea, Hawaii.
DRF have officially partnered with the U.S. Veteran based non-profit Soldiers for Wildlife. Currently operating in Zambia and South Africa.