From when we started, we have been looking for more ways to contribute to better lives for coffee growers. We initially gravitated towards charities that worked on socioeconomic projects, like safe water, education, and others. But that changed with our first visit to coffee farms. Hearing first hand from several farmers how their biggest challenges were things like climate and coffee plant diseases, we knew that’s how we wanted to support coffee producers – by helping them with sustainable lives by growing better coffee.
Tools to give farmers better information about existing coffee varieties so they can plant the coffee varieties that are best suited to their farm, such as the first-ever catalog of coffee varieties for Central America
The world’s largest coffee seed exchange and comparison of varieties, to give farmers better choices about which coffee varieties to plant.
Breeding the next generation of coffee varieties that are climate resilient, disease and pest resistant, high producing, and truly high quality. Improved coffee varieties can increase a farmer’s yield include by up to 50%.