We’re planting trees in the Peruvian Amazon Rainforest where they grow fast and take carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere quickly.
We’re working directly with remote smallholder farming communities in the Northern Amazon Rainforest
Our work helps protect the natural habitat of critically endangered species
Plant Your Future’s unique way of working, combined with the agroforestry systems we’ve developed and helped farmers to establish, is the reason for our continued success. Read more about how we began and why building Amazonian farmers capacity in sustainable farming is important for the restoration of the Amazon Rainforest.
Plant your Future is helping subsistence Amazonian farmers transition from unsustainable agriculture to market-oriented agroforestry systems. Our work is not only about farming more sustainably but also improving livelihoods. Read more about the Farmers we are working with.
In April 2020 we launched our first ever Rainforest in a Box competition and we were overwhelmed with so many wonderful creations from children and young people across the World. Thank you to everyone who entered! Our Judges — Luis Campos Baca (a Professor from the National University of the Peruvian Amazon) Jane Taylor (a Geography […]
This week, Poppy Lloyd of the Combe CoE Primary School Green Club interviewed Jenny to find out more about climate change, Plant Your Future and the reasons why Jenny set the charity up. Using social distancing, the interview was filmed in an open air garage. You can watch the interview here! Great questions, Poppy!
Plant Your Future has launched its first ever emergency appeal as part of #GivingTuesdayNow — a global day of unity on May 5th in response to Coronavirus. Peru is in complete lockdown, strictly enforced by the military, for our farmers, this means no income and no food. With no savings, families live day-to-day, and have no […]