Inga Foundation Blog Blog

Climate resilience: bountiful crops and miraculous springs

The climate change conversation is no longer only about mitigating emissions and global temperature rises. Now, much of the global focus is on climate adaptation and resilience: resourcing ourselves with the defences we need...

Two new species of Magnolia discovered

There are many perks of our work, but none quite so magical as discovering a new species. And so, 2023 ended joyfully with the discovery of two new species of Magnolia near our farms...

How Inga Foundation is leading a revolution in coffee

“Together with Inga Foundation, we are going to revolutionize the production of coffee in Honduras” – Milton A Ramos,  Technical Assistance Officer at Becamo We’re delighted to announce a new partnership with Tchibo – the...

An interview with Dr Niall McCann

In this blog we speak with Dr Niall McCann, Explorer, Biologist and Director of Conservation for National Park Rescue on the Inga Model and its potential to enable farmers to move away from slash-and-burn...

Ahead of schedule! Year 8 Progress

Starting in 2012, our Program objective was to establish, within 10 years, all components of the Guama Model with 100 subsistence farming families, in two river catchments in northern Honduras. You can read about...

Year 7 of our 10 Year program!

We are now nearing the end of year 7 of the foreseen 10-year Program, Land for Life. In this second 5-year phase, the aim has been to reduce emphasis on establishing Inga alley plots...