Agroforestry is a land-use systems and technologies where bamboo and other woody perennials are designed into land management of agricultural crops and/or animals. This is arranged to interact with each other to bring benefits to both agriculture and biodiversity.
Through this man-made management design to create the diversification in farming systems, it is targeted at mitigating climate change and its disruptive challenges.
Bamboo is a multipurpose plant from the grass family Poaceae, it can substitute for timber in many respects due to its lignified culms, and because of its fast growth, intricate rhizome system, and sustainability, it has become a plant with conservation value, able to mitigate phenomena that result from global climate change.
The programs we have developed over the last three decades are: