The Indigenous Lands of Acre are part of the State System of Natural Protected Areas. In the last 30 years, 34 Indigenous Lands have been recognized. These correspond to 2,390,112 ha equivalent to 14.55% of the area of the State with a population estimated at 18 thousand Indians.
Processes of territorial, cultural, economic, political and social reorganization have been carried out by the indigenous peoples of Acre in the last 20 years. Since 1988, the number of Indigenous associations have increased (17 created) resulting from Indigenous movements such as forums, training courses, negotiations with official bodies, leaders, teachers, health workers and Indigenous agroforestry agents.