Organic, regenerative agroforestry for food security/carbon sequestration & avoidance/improved livelihoods


The Inga Foundation



Lorraine Potter
Mike Hands
Marian van Noppen
James Potter


Los Perritos | Hunduras 


The Inga Foundation works with farmers and communities to halt the devastating practice of slash and burn agriculture by providing a sustainable, organic and low cost alternative: Inga alley-cropping.

"A groundbreaking way to stop vast areas of rainforest from being destroyed." - The Ecologist

Inga alley-cropping...

  • Restores Degraded Land
  • Provides Long-term Food Security
  • Generates Sustainable Livelihoods
  • Protects the Rainforest


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  1. Thank you for sharing with everyone the work you are doing on regenerative agroforestry. I would like to invite you to visit our Stand 19 - Agripower Australia, to learn about the benefits that silicon fertiliser has for conservation agriculture, soil and plant health, and carbon sequestration. Please leave a message for us if you would like to meet and talk more!

  2. Good evening. I am Dr. Nandini from BAIF Development Research Foundation, India. We are participating in this virtual EU Fair and have shared our work on 'Soil restoration for achieving sustainable livelihoods, climate change adaptation and mitigation' through stand no 37. Please do visit our stand for understanding the work in India. 

    This is also to share with you all that we have planned a sharing event on 25th May between 14.00 to 15.00 IST (+/- 5.5 UTC). The topic of this sharing event is 'Environmentally sound and climate smart program interventions through BAIF Development Research Foundation', India. It will be based on BAIF, India's efforts on ground to build resilience of vulnerable farming communities against climate change effects by introducing on ground, the multisectorial program interventions for resilient farming system.

    So, please participate for enriching knowledge!  See you there!