we recognize the importance of preserving the biodiversity and ecology of this region.
We prioritize the use of native plant species in our farming and landscaping activities, which not only supports local wildlife but also helps to maintain genetic diversity within plant species. Our agroforestry practices integrate trees and crops on the same land, creating microhabitats for various species and contributing to soil fertility and erosion control.
We also collaborate with indigenous communities in the area to conserve trees that are useful for them, such as medicinal plants and trees used for traditional crafts. Through this collaboration, we aim to promote the conservation of local biodiversity and cultural heritage.