Agroforestry in Peru

Madre de Dios, Peru
In Peru, the agroforestry project in cooperation with Camino Verde focuses on successional agroforestry (farming with trees). In successional agroforestry, you take into consideration not only the physical dynamics of a forest's shape (how trees grow with each other compatibly in space) but also the importance of the factor of time when designing your agroforestry system. Different species appear in the system (or disappear from the system) at different times. For example, in many successional agroforestry systems, annual or short-lived peren...Read more
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4659
trees planted
2329.50
tonnes of CO₂
absorbed during lifetime
5
native communities
106
families involved
40+
tree species

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At Go Forest, we don’t just plant trees. We engage in much more, such as ensuring sustainable support for local communities. We do so by using the UN Sustainable Development Goals, which serve as a blueprint for peace and prosperity for people and the planet, now and in the future. Depending on the region and the project, you’ll be supporting different SDGs.
1 No poverty
2 Zero hunger
8 Decent work and economic growth
11 Sustainable cities and communities
12 Responsible consumption and production
13 Climate action
15 Life on land
17 Partnerships for the goals