Current data’s shows that the largest portion of conserved forest areas are concentrated in indigenous territories. The land care and management is a knowledge that crosses indigenous people generations. Taking care and conserve the forests best is a lifetime bond of a people’s and heritage. Education also plays an important role mitigating the attacks that the forest has been suffering. Education needs to freedom who are not aware of the importance of keeping the forest standing. The forest not only provides oxygen, it also re-establish all life cycle as often as necessary. To be immerse in the forest, especially for those who live in urban areas, is very important to learn life dynamic and a tool to educate the community. Experiencing the journey of those who care for the forest like the indigenous peoples and learn about respect and equality is a way of educating to preserve.