According to WWF the world have 867 different ecoregions. Each of these regions have unique ecosystems. When planning and implementing regenerative agroforestry a key aspect is to understand the local ecosystem and it’s native species. On our journey to accelerate the transition to regenerative agroforestry we are identifying agroforestry systems and native species suited for each of the ecoregions. This is a huge task, but we are making great progress. We have currently identified agroforestry systems for 80 different ecoregions, which is almost 10% of the total amount. Off course some ecoregions are not suited for agroforestry. We estimate that 30% of the ecoregions will not be suited for agroforestry. This means that we hope to identify agroforestry systems for 70% of the ecoregions. In ecoregions where there is a potential for agroforestry, but no current system is identified we aim to develop systems.
If you know a farmer who practice agroforestry near you or if you are interested in learning more about how we can help develop a specific agroforestry system for your ecoregion, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.