Regenerative farming increases local biodiversity and supports plant & animal life, with trees regulating the local micro-climate. Agroforestry systems increase carbon sequestration levels, revive soil, and restore water cycles which have been increasingly drying out.
Poverty and lacking education are main drivers for ecosystem destruction, losing to wildlife and people losing their livelihoods. By financing ecosystem protection, local people get access to employment opportunities as rangers and researchers
as well as education.
In collaboration with our partner organizations in the Global South, we empower farmers through training and funding, facilitating their transition to regenerative agriculture, including agroforestry practices. This transformative approach not only boosts yields but also enhances biodiversity, contributing to sustainable and thriving agricultural ecosystems.
The farms are designed to increase soil fertility and biodiversity in the long run. Crops with clear co-benefits are grown together.
All projects involve local communities, giving help to self-help. Cultural traditions are strictly considered.
The farmers are trained in how to apply agroforestry and regenerative farming techniques.
The crop combinations are designed to provide stable returns to the farmers and target pre-identified markets.
Only projects with high ethical standards and fair wages are chosen after a careful due diligence.
All our projects support SDGs and have a special focus
tailored to their region.
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