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Our Indigenous comunity Program

OUR OBJECTIVES IN OUR 30 YEAR PLAN

  • Community Foraging

      Generate $US 8,45 Million dollars for local indigenous Communities.

  • Manage planting of 1,55 Million mixed species of trees including Baru Nut Trees on community land with the indigenous people.

  • Plant 600,000 trees on private land.

  • First production at private land in year 5.

  • Reach maximum foraging and harvesting capacity on both private and community land by year 10 of 6,000 tons per year.

INDIGENOUS COMMUNITY PARTNERS
Essential to combat climate change

  • Through our Partners, we have been working with the indigenous communities in the Chiquitania for the last 10 years.

  • We have signed contracts with the Indigenous Associations of 3 main community areas that cover over 60 indigenous communities and over 100 signed contracts with individual community members to help with production and planting of the Baru Nut. 

OUR PROGRAM
Working with the Indigenous Community

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We have created an educational training program with indigenous communities to:

 

  • Maintain the natively growing Baru Nut Trees.

  • Reforest the Amazon through planting new Baru Nut Trees in their land.

  • Provide tools to help sustain foraging procedures.

  • Create new income streams for women and men of the indigenous communities.

  • Teach the importance of looking after our trees.

LAND BANK WITH INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES

  • More than 960,000 ha of Indigenous Community Land.

  • 10 year relationship with the indigenous communities in the region.

  • Sustainable Forestry Planting and Management Practices.

  • Agricultural and Silvicultural Management with Livestock.

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