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REFORESTATION PROJECTS ON EARTH

 

LET'S PLANT MORE TREES

 

TOGETHER WITH LOCAL FARMERS,
WE REFOREST BRAZIL

The Black Jaguar Foundation is a non-profit organization working to reforest the Amazon rainforest and the Cerrado savanna, in Brazil. We plant native trees on a massive scale in collaboration with local landowners to realize the Araguaia Biodiversity Corridor: bringing back biodiversity and improving the lives for all future generations.

The Black Jaguar Foundation is a non-profit organization working to reforest the Amazon rainforest and the Cerrado savanna, in Brazil. We plant native trees on a massive scale in collaboration with local landowners to realize the Araguaia Biodiversity Corridor: bringing back biodiversity and improving the lives for all future generations.

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By planting 1.7 billion native trees in Brazil, the Black Jaguar Foundation is in support of all the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations and in particular the following 6:

UNITED NATIONS

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS

By planting 1.7 billion native trees in Brazil, the Black Jaguar Foundation is in support of all the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations and in particular the following 6:

How we contribute to all UN Sustainable Development Goals

How we contribute to all UN Sustainable Development Goals

LATEST NEWS

We are at the peak of the 22/23 planting season!

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After preparing the soil in most of our partner farms, the time has come to intensify planting in our restoration sites! Since October, our team has been working hard to…

Araguaia Seed Network: achievements and future steps!

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Over the past year, our team has worked hard to make the Araguaia Seed Network a reality! There were months of planning, preparation and production of materials so that our…

BJF participates in training to take better care of our seedlings!

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Our seedling production analyst, Norivânia Diniz, was invited to participate in the second Integrated Academic Week organized by the Federal University of Tocantins! During the event, Norivânia participated in several…

BJF presents at the NOAH conference in Zurich

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The 1st edition of the explorer.land project stage took place during the NOAH Conference in Zurich last month, with 1500 attendees, 350 speakers and 24 partners. All in all, it…

We are at the peak of the 22/23 planting season!

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After preparing the soil in most of our partner farms, the time has come to intensify planting in our restoration sites! Since October, our team has been working hard to…

Araguaia Seed Network: achievements and future steps!

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Over the past year, our team has worked hard to make the Araguaia Seed Network a reality! There were months of planning, preparation and production of materials so that our…

BJF participates in training to take better care of our seedlings!

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Our seedling production analyst, Norivânia Diniz, was invited to participate in the second Integrated Academic Week organized by the Federal University of Tocantins! During the event, Norivânia participated in several…

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