landscape approach

Ecosystem restoration is complex. We recognize and acknowledge the intricate
interactions between various ecological components, socio-economic factors, and
governance structures to achieve comprehensive and scalable restoration outcomes.

community carbon

riparian zone restoration

We grow indigenous trees along riparian zones of Mt Kilimanjaro and Mt Meru for conservation, biodiversity and watershed restoration, financially incentivising communities using the pay to grow model, where communities plant trees and are paid at the incremental growth rate of their trees.

prioria msoo

The Prioria msoo, a once proud and plentiful riverine tree found almost exclusively in Kilimanjaro with few known species in Kenya, now teeters on the brink of extinction. Local scientists working on Kilimanjaro estimate that fewer than 70 mother trees remain.

regenerative agriculture and agroforestry

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seedbank and nurseries

Our seedbank and tree nurseries are the heartbeat of our restoration efforts.

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