Implemented by certified communities, Bolivian urban agroecology is a future-proof form of farming that can be scaled up to help achieve local food security and sovereignty in the country.
In the Chiquitanía (Bolivia), rivers, streams and lakes are disappearing because of water depleting and polluting farming practices at the expense of downstream local communities.
In 2018-2019, wildfires destroyed many forested areas of the Chiquitania, Bolivia. Connecting agroecology, forest conservation and restoration, GreenMarked and PROBIOMA-PROBIOTEC set up a plant nursery and started transferring new trees to the wild forest.
Two Bolivian college students tell us their experience in the agroecological farm of Santa Cruz de la Sierra supported by GreenMarked. Can agroecology help Bolivia achieve food security and reforest burned areas?
Two engaging stories about the role of Bolivian agroecology in promoting sustainable development among the young generations.
Our Agrecol Trees project in Bolivia is also a place for sharing authentic environmental stories. Read the story of Nelly: a farming community leader, a true land guardian and climate crisis fighter.
Together with the Bolivian Foundation “AGRECOL Andes”, we kicked-off the “Native Carbon Tree” project to plant agroecological trees in the metropolitan area of Cochabamba.
What is GreenMarked
GreenMarked is more than an environmental blog. We publish homemade articles, organize green educational events,tree planting campaings and outdoor digital detox retreats.