AgroSB

Meet the AgroSb group

AgroSB is committed to aligning their production with environmental conservation focused on the Amazon Rainforest and Cerrado Savana. The company’s partnership with the Black Jaguar Foundation allows them to promote the restoration of Permanent Preservation Areas and Legal Reserves along the Araguaia biodiversity Corridor, making sure that these comply with the Brazilian Forest Code.

Fazenda Santa Fé was one of the first-ever farmers to partner with the Black Jaguar Foundation. Taking a leap of faith because they felt passionate about restoring nature and committing to our huge restoration mission.

About the group

AgroSB is a group of farms committed to zero deforestation. The company makes sure that rural properties are agriculturally productive, and simultaneously ensures that these are in conformity with the Brazilian Forest Code, so that it can sell them.

At the moment, AgroSB has five farms in four municipalities in the state of Pará: Santana do Araguaia, Cumaru do Norte, Xinguara e São Félix do Xingú.

AgroSB and the Black Jaguar Foundation are working together to show that agricultural production can be aligned with bringing back biodiversity and restoring degraded ecosystems. This partnership will be fundamental to the realisation of the Araguaia Biodiversity Corridor!

Where we are planting now…

Together, we are currently working on restoring the native vegetation in Fazenda Nova Esperança, which is part of AgroSB’s Vale Verde farms in Santana do Araguaia. This will be the first of their farms to be restored, but we have already started the process of technical analysis needed to restore their other lands as well.

Fazenda Santa Fé is the location where the initial planting of our first million native trees took place starting in October 2020. Santa Fé host many of the restoration sites we are restoring during the 2021-2022 planting season to complete our first million native trees. See the map location of our restoration site below…

Coordinates : -7.830904068816996°, -49.172344124165°
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