Restoring the lungs of the Earth
Dubbed the farm of the world, Brazil’s forests have been cleared mostly for cattle holding and growing fodder to satisfy worldwide meat consumption. We are restoring the Atlantic Forest, which used to be as lush (and as threatened) as the Amazon. Today, only about 20% of the forest remains. Your trees here are protecting 60% of Brazil’s endangered species of animals and plants. This means that each tree has a significant impact on wildlife. We are also working with farmer families to plant trees in agroforestry and regenerative agriculture systems in the eastern part of the Amazon.