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.
The race to restore trees to our Planet is well and truly underway — find out more by reading this article by Patrick Barkham at the Guardian. You can find out more about the Plant Your Future story and what we’re doing to restore the Peruvian Amazon Rainforest, and then do your bit to help […]
Photo: Smallholder farmer, Hugo, showing one of his recently planted Shihuahuaco trees — a native timber. Behind, you can see the cocoa trees that are growing alongside. Each year, a staggering 160,000 hectares are cut down in the Peruvian Amazon Rainforest, often to make room for permanent agricultural land. That’s equivalent to 160,000 football fields […]
We are over the moon to announce that Plant Your Future is the winner of The Big Give Christmas Challenge 2018 ‘Best Newcomer’ award! It means an additional £1000 added to the £11,747.50 we raised during the week long campaign in December — read more about our campaign in our Christmas Challenge post from earlier this […]