Station has donated over 200,000 trees to indigenous communities. These trees
go to replant destroyed forests and serve as remarkably efficient carbon sinks.
The Macadamia agribusiness provides a more secure lively hood for
the poor farmer than the volatile coffee industry. Communities can
use new incomes to improve infrastructure education and health.
The Macadamia nut contains a wealth
of important nutrients and is an edible alternative to coffee beans.
Poor farmers have a food source if their crops do not sell or prices
Nut farming does not exhaust the soils and required moving to other
locations or bringing in huge amounts of fertilizer.
1) Global reforestation of open
genetic macadamia nut trees.
2) Marketing and sales of natural foods
3) Promotion of sustainable agriculture
for farmers worldwide.
4) Job creation through local production and processing.
5) Green investment opportunities in eco-entrepreneurship.
| We are convinced
that a crisis is at hand
warming and global climate change are destroying the planet. We
are dedicated to the preservation and healing of the planet through
sustainable agriculture and the education of indigenous people.
For over twenty years we have been planting and maintaining Macadamia
trees, preserving the rainforest and promoting sustainable agriculture.
Our forests are being destroyed at a rate of approximately a football
field every 2 seconds. It is imperative to stop and reverse this
process to ensure the survival of ourselves, our children and
our grandchildren. We are focused on the Valhalla Project to continue
our effort to educate, promote sustainable agriculture and plant
Environmental Honor Roll - Valhalla
recognition page for people who have donated to the project.
• Open Genetics