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Six students from the Princeton University Sunda Rainforest Project traveled to Sumatra’s Bukit Tigapuluh landscape (also known as Thirty Hills). Their experience there visiting a WWF-managed forest was transformative.
Join WWF and the Princeton Sunda Rainforest Project right here on Tuesday, April 20th at 12pm ET for a virtual premiere of “Across Thirty Hills,” an exclusive window into the people, wildlife, and magic of one of Sumatra’s last great rainforests, followed by a panel discussion moderated by Princeton University Professor and WWF National Council Member David Wilcove.