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trees planted
1,624,492
surface planted
2,671 Ha

information

Created in 2010, the objectives of this project are:

Protect ecosystems by developing agroforestry to ensure long-term sustainability of cocoa and coffee plantations.

Fight deforestation and its consequences, such as soil erosion, decrease of water availability, natural disasters, landscapes degradation, and biodiversity loss.

Enhance farmers’ livelihoods by providing alternative sources of income.

Location

San Martin region, Amazonia, Peru

Type

Agroforestry and reforestation

Local partner

Coopérative ORO VERDE, Acopagro, Aprocoyce, Fundacion Amazonia Viva

Participants

2663 farmers of fair trade and organic coffee

Achievements

1 624 492 trees planted

supply chain

Cocoa , Coffee

certifications

  • The Verified Carbon Standard (VCS) is a quality standard for voluntary carbon offset industry. Based on the Kyoto Protocol's Clean Development Mechanism, VCS establishes criteria for validating, measuring, and monitoring carbon offset projects.

Plantation models

Species planted

Cedro - Cedrela odorata

Cedro – Cedrela odorata

Estoraque - Myroxylon balsamum Linn Harms

Estoraque – Myroxylon balsamum Linn Harms

Pinochuncho - Schizolobium amazonicum

Pinochuncho – Schizolobium amazonicum

Shaina - Colubrina Glandulosa

Shaina – Colubrina Glandulosa

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