We place the environmental and social impact
at the center of each of our projects.

A tree can regenerate a natural ecosystem, absorb CO2 and produce oxygen, but it also supports a farming family, who, thanks to the fruit produced, receives economic and food support.


We recreate the natural connection between the environment and human beings. Through our NGO Comparte, we train communities on organic agriculture and sustainable land management. Because planting a tree is not enough: you also have to cultivate it respecting the nature that surrounds it.

If any of us, any human being, is in trouble or has a disadvantage, it is a problem that affects us all.
Gino Strada

“High social impact” is the mantra of our daily work.

At the heart of our projects you find people, seen as the driving force of change and as beneficiaries of the impact produced.
For example, in Guatemala, we donate all the planted trees to local farming communities, who take care of them according to the principles of organic land management, and can subsequently enjoy the resources produced by the trees.
Donating trees to farming families means helping them to preserve identity and dignity: farmers are such as long as they have a piece of land to cultivate that allows them to live.

In Italy, however, the trees are donated to social agricultural cooperatives for their projects, producing a positive impact on the community.

With our work we support Comparte – our NGO – who, through cultural exchanges and training courses, supports the educational systems of Central America, creating a bridge between Europe and Latin America.
Comparte is also involved in training courses on sustainable agriculture for the communities to which we donate trees.

We are persuaded that training is the engine of sustainability. Also in this respect all our communication is aimed at raising awareness.

Our goals


Through the donation of trees, a virtuous system is nurtured such that farmers become an active part of the reforestation of their land. They therefore abandon the idea of selling their fields to agricultural multinationals.

Social Impact

We accompany these communities by the hand on the path to sustainable growth. By prompting a shift in perspective and development, we guarantee security and stability to farming families.

Environmental Impact

Through projects of reforestation, afforestation, tree planting in urban and extra-urban areas in different parts of the world, we are committed to acting in the regions of the world that are affected by major deforestation.

In a society accustomed to destruction, planting a tree is a revolutionary act!

The most direct effect that a tree has on the territory is that of the absorption of CO2 which occurs throughout the growth phase: through chlorophyll photosynthesis, the tree stores carbon dioxide to create sugars and release oxygen.

Trees are essential to stop soil drying and desertification, reduce the impact of floods and inundations as well as the risk of landslides and mudslides. They protect from extreme heat, filter water and regulate the temperature, but above all they constitute the natural habitat for much of the Earth’s biodiversity.

  • Local environmental impact
    Today the main cause of deforestation is agriculture: forests are being cut down to create new agricultural fields. Through reforestation we help restore richness and solidity to the land, recreate habitats for animals and preserve biodiversity; bringing countless benefits locally.
  • Global environmental impact
    Millions of hectares of forest are lost all over the planet every year. This is an irrepressible environmental disaster that has been going on relentlessly for decades.
    Developing reforestation projects is key and contributes to restoring balance to the Earth ecosystem.

The more trees we plant, the more we absorb CO2 from the atmosphere and produce a global benefit.

Our method

The answer
to a problem

Reforestation fully responds to the problem of the climate crisis by slowing its progress.


Permaculture is the best agroforestry system to restore fertility to the soil: alternating annual crops with fruit and forest trees guarantees a diversified and constant production over time for farmers.

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