We stand behind reforestation projects run by small-scale farmer organizations. Together we help combat climate change and support communities.

Where Grow Ahead Works

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What is Agroforestry?

Agroforestry is a way of planting crops and trees together to improve social, economic, and environmental benefits. Agroforestry “systems” help farmers restore water and nutrients to their soil, increase the production of food, and pull carbon out of the atmosphere.

Learn more about our approach to agroforestry here

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Supporting Agroforestry Projects

We team up with community organizations around the world to support projects that improve the environment and community livelihoods. Read real Grow Ahead stories and help us invest in a climate-resilient future.

Indigenous-led Ecosystem Restoration in Mexico

Campaign Goal: $60,000

Country: Mexico

Grow Ahead has teamed up with Communal Assets of the Lacandona Zone (BCZL) to support traditional Mayan agroforestry to boost biodiversity, support soil health and restore freshwater in the lagoons, rivers and springs of the Lacandona Jungle.

Reforestation and Environmental Education in Brazil

Campaign Goal: $50,000

Country: Brazil

Grow Ahead has teamed up with Association for Agricultural Cooperation, Education and the Environment of the state of Pernambuco (ACAEMPE) to support the planting of 80,000 trees and promotion of an environmental education program in Pernambuco, Brazil.

Farmer-to-Farmer Exchange and Reforestation in Colombia

Campaign Goal: $10,000

Country: Colombia

Grow Ahead has teamed up with Association for Cooperativa del Sur del Cauca (COSURCA) and Cooperative Coffees to expand agroecological capacities and community adaptability practices to climate change in Macizo and Sur del Cauca, Colombia.