Rural landowners are at the forefront of our ecological restoration project! They are an integral part of successfully realizing the Araguaia Biodiversity Corridor.
Our landraising team is always looking for new partnerships and with each new contract that is signed, we continue to strengthen our community of rural landowners who believe that agriculture and the preservation of our ecosystems can – and must – grow together!
We are very proud to annouce the following landowner partnerships:
A big thank you to these food producers for trusting our mission!
We hope to celebrate many milestones with these landowners, in the construction of the Araguaia Biodiversity Corridor.
WHAT DOES A PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN A FARMER AND THE BJF ENTAIL?
The Black Jaguar Foundation understands that ecological restoration can be an expensive and complex activity for farmers. That’s why we work together with landowners to create a restoration model that works for them. By providing technical, legal, and financial support, we assist farmers in complying with the Brazilian Forest code, and incentivise restoration.