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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

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Planting the first thousands of seedlings of the 2022 planting season!

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The rains have finally arrived in the Araguaia region! This means that our field team can finally start planting trees for the 22/23 planting season. At the moment, we are…

Many new BJF members are part of the 22/23 planting season

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 To realize the Araguaia Biodiversity Corridor, we need many dedicated individuals! In the past few months, we have strengthened our team by hiring 82 field assistants, 3 field supervisors and…

Brazilian Ministry of Environment visits the Araguaia Biodiversity Corridor!

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In October, we had the pleasure of giving a tour of some of our project regions to two members of the Brazilian Ministry of Environment’s technical team: João Raphael Oliveira…

5 reasons to join the Black Jaguar Foundation today!

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Today is #GivingTuesday, so we are sharing with you five reasons to join our mission of hope and action today, if you haven't already! The Black Jaguar Foundation is working…

Planting the first thousands of seedlings of the 2022 planting season!

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The rains have finally arrived in the Araguaia region! This means that our field team can finally start planting trees for the 22/23 planting season. At the moment, we are…

Many new BJF members are part of the 22/23 planting season

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 To realize the Araguaia Biodiversity Corridor, we need many dedicated individuals! In the past few months, we have strengthened our team by hiring 82 field assistants, 3 field supervisors and…

Brazilian Ministry of Environment visits the Araguaia Biodiversity Corridor!

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In October, we had the pleasure of giving a tour of some of our project regions to two members of the Brazilian Ministry of Environment’s technical team: João Raphael Oliveira…

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