How do we do that?


But how do you turn a degraded area back into a living food forest? In collaboration with the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO), we have developed a unique, simple method to make degraded land productive again by stimulating natural processes of reforestation. This approach offers the local population the opportunity to reoccupy their land with the use of few resources.
as a food forest.

The deforested land


On the deforested and degraded land, a proliferating tough long grass, free play. Due to the density of the long grass, other plants present cannot grow. Also, after deforestation the land can no longer retain water.

Gula Gula Shelf


Our method is also called Assisted Natural Regeneration (ANR). The method requires very few resources without the use of fertilizers, pesticides. A great help in assisting the natural regeneration of the land is the so-called Gula Gula Plank. Local farmers can use the plank to flatten the tough long grass. This gives other plants and trees present the chance to grow again.

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The impact of CO2 offsetting


Companies can make a big impact through CO2 offsetting or direct investments. An impact on the liveability and the ecosystem of the Gula Gula food forest. In this way, the companies' 'Sustainable Development Goals' (SDGs) are met and an actual impact is made at the same time.

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Would you like to know more about how you can contribute to the preservation and growth of Gula Gula's food forest while at the same time offsetting CO2? Click below to read more about it.

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