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Tied to a land of ecological wonder and peril, Mesoamericans are directly impacted by the health of their environment.
EcoAgriculture Partners collaborates with community associations, research centers, and international organizations to help enable smallholder farmers to use more biodiversity-friendly agricultural practices. We are currently working with Solidaridad and WWF in northern Honduras in the design and implementation of a jurisdictional sustainability program, building on a multi-stakeholder platform with the palm oil sector. Our work on climate-smart landscapes and sustainable coffee production reached stakeholders in five Mesoamerican countries and served as an example for similar initiatives in East Africa.
We’ve been assessing the performance of sustainable production standards and certifications in Mesoamerica for nearly a decade. We visit micro, small, and medium enterprises with commitments to integrating conservation into agri-commodity production to evaluate the effectiveness of certification and standard systems in achieving improved farmer livelihoods and agricultural practices along with improved ecological health and biodiversity conservation. We use these findings to shape both how standards are implemented and how communities, governments and companies can go beyond standards to achieve landscape-scale impacts for people, food and nature.
Thanks to a talented staff of conservation researchers, EcoAgriculture Partners has repeatedly been tapped by international donors to evaluate the impacts of biodiversity conservation programs in Mesoamerica. Our monitoring & evaluation work is characterized by high value reporting to the donor program, but also by powerful synthetic analysis that improves the design and implementation of future programs in the region.
Support community-based conservation
A $100 gift can help connect a community conservation organization in Honduras with a network of trainers and resources for sustainable agriculture.
Steering national development plans towards positive outcomes for smallholder farmers and rural people.View Project
Guiding private sector partnership development that improves landscape performance.View Project