Planting indigenous trees on a massive scale to help realize the Araguaia Biodiversity Corridor to improve your life and all future generations on our planet.
The Black Jaguar Foundation (BJF) is driven to restore the balance between nature and mankind. By working to re-green and restore the Araguaia Biodiversity Corridor, we offer a tangible solution for the drastic degradation of two of our most vital ecosystems: the Amazon rainforest and the Cerrado savanna in Brazil. We work together with the landowners and communities in the region, supported by our team of local experts. Reforestation facts Araguaia Biodiversity Corridor • Surface: 25.6 million acres • Length: 1600 miles • Width: up to 25 miles • Area to be restored: 5 million acres • Estimated number of native trees to be planted: 2.4 billion • Native trees per acre: 3000 • Number of tree species per acre: 40 • Planting goal 2021: 1st million trees planted • Methods of restoration: 5 It's too late to be a pessimist. We all have the power to change! We express optimism, positivism and a can-do attitude during a time when climate change, food (in)security and the increasing demand for our planet's resources dominate our media. Instead of complaining and denouncing, we firmly believe we CAN and WILL make a positive and constructive contribution. We have started to build a green community of transition landowners, entrepreneurs, sponsor-partners, scientists and artists. Together with local landowners and our renowned partners we are currently planting the first million trees in the heart of the corridor. We hope our movement will encourage you too to step up and make a difference by making a financial contribution. Nature has already shown its natural power, not it is up to us to help these ecosystems thrive. Help us reach our next goal to plant 10 million native trees in 2028 in the heart of the Araguaia Corridor! Learn more about our ambitious mission: www.black-jaguar.org
Are you ready to join the green community of the BJF and make the difference?