What Is Agroforestry?

In its most basic, agroforestry is defined as agriculture with trees; interactions between trees and other components of agriculture are significant on farms where trees may provide fodder for livestock, fuel, food, shelter, or income from products.

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Agroforestry embraces an agro-ecological approach,

emphasizing multi-functionality and the management of complex systems in which crop, plant, and livestock species interact in a field or farming system, rather than focusing exclusively on producing or growing a single crop.

At national and global scales, forestry and agriculture interact ecologically and through policies relating to land use and trade and are essential for climate change and other environmental concerns.

There is nothing better than a tree to simultaneously:

  • Sequester carbon from the atmosphere to defer global warming and avoid dangerous climate changes.

  • Bring up water and nutrients from the depth of the soil

  • Provide a framework for above- and below-ground biodiversity to flourish

  • Build up soil organic matter and thus soil carbon

  • Offer new farm diversification enterprises

  • Make agricultural landscapes more resilient

To derive the best value from agroforestry, we design and implement research for an investment model that acknowledges that we are dealing with complex adaptive systems. The results are better investments for the farmers and investors alike, better environment, and happier animals.

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