Planting Trees to Grow Food: Inga Cropping Provides Food Security for Farmers and Organic Crops for Industry

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In 2019, the Ray C. Anderson Foundation's NextGen Committee Awarded a $100,000 grant to Inga Foundation for their "Trees for Life" program. We are so proud to see the Inga Foundation's work being showcased across the globe.

Inga alley cropping is a sustainable farming model that boosts food security, reduces rainforest destruction and provides organic crops such as cocoa and vanilla for the food industry.

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