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WE REFOREST BRAZIL

 

BECOME PART OF ONE OF THE LARGEST
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

The 2021/2022 planting season has been completed!

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As we are finalising our 2021/2022 planting season, our field team has started carrying out maintenance activities for our planted seedlings! Our technical team has diligently been going through all…

Operationalising our new nursery!

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Our new nursery, located in Santana do Araguaia, will have the capacity to produce half a million seedlings every year and will become the central provider of seedlings for the…

The BJF Supports Fire Prevention and Control Training for a second year in a row

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The Black Jaguar Foundation and Santana do Araguaia’s community of rural producers and municipality organized a fire prevention and control course for the second year in a row! The course,…

Participating in the Nudge Global Impact Challenge

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Our Community Outreach Coordinator, Joel Boele, was selected to participate in the 12th edition of the The Nudge Global Impact Challenge! The Nudge Global Impact Challenge is a six-month personal…

The 2021/2022 planting season has been completed!

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As we are finalising our 2021/2022 planting season, our field team has started carrying out maintenance activities for our planted seedlings! Our technical team has diligently been going through all…

Operationalising our new nursery!

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Our new nursery, located in Santana do Araguaia, will have the capacity to produce half a million seedlings every year and will become the central provider of seedlings for the…

The BJF Supports Fire Prevention and Control Training for a second year in a row

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The Black Jaguar Foundation and Santana do Araguaia’s community of rural producers and municipality organized a fire prevention and control course for the second year in a row! The course,…

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