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
Planting trees on degraded farmland takes harmful carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere
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.
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.
Head to i-news to read Jenny’s Opinion and find out why smallholder farmers are the answer to scaling up tree planting across the globe, and why a newly planted tree in the tropics will be much more effective in tackling climate change than its equivalent planted here in the UK. Read more on the i-news […]
Read Harrison Jones’ article on the Oxford Mail website to read Jenny’s response to the news that we need to plant more trees and how we need to look beyond the UK to warmer-climes where quicker gains can be made.
Last week the news that tree planting was the most effective way to tackle climate change, became big news. Check out Damian Carrington’s article in The Guardian, Matt McGrath’s article on BBC website, and Chiara Giordano’s article in The Independent just as starters. As a charity that plants trees, we’re excited and pleased that awareness […]