We Regenerate

Soil, Water and Forests


Agroforestry ~ Brazil

Support organic, regenerative agroforestry as we help locally created projects in two biomes: Atlantic Forest and Cerrado.

Agroforestry ~ Guatemala

Slash and burn corn is the cause of devegetation of entire hillsides. Support community transitions to agroforestry.

Our Impact


Every year since 2010 iGiveTrees has given locally grown native species trees to smallholders in the states of São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, in the biome of Mâta Atlantica, Brazil.


In 2015 iGiveTrees was recognized as a citizen initiative that mitigates the effects of global warming by the French Ministry of Environment launched during COP21. As a result, we’ve been able to present our work at COP22, COP23, COP24 and COP25.


In 2021 our work was recognized by São Paulo University’s Planetary Health Alliance, and we began supporting agroforestry projects in Guatemala.


In 2022 we began support a project in the biome of Cerrado, Brazil, and hope to participate in COP27.

Solutions Activism

For the iGiveTrees team, Solutions Activism is restoring the degraded ecosystems where we were born, in Brazil. The forests were slashed and burned for coffee, sugar, corn, soy and cattle. As a result there has been a decline in our biodiversity, pollinator and wildlife populations, as well as aquifer depletion, leading to epic droughts. So we plant native species trees and food crops in a truly regenerative manner, while sharing knowledge about easy to implement systems in rural communities. We care for the soil, the plants and the people involved because “they” are “us.”

Our Key Advisors

Paul Hawken

Lynne Twist

Stéphane Le Foll

Inquiring Systems Inc.
887 Sonoma Ave, Suite 23 Santa Rosa CA 95404

iGiveTrees is a fiscally sponsored project of Inquiring Systems, Inc. (ISI), a U.S. tax-exempt
501 (c) (3) nonprofit corporation since 1978.
Inquiring Systems Inc., 887 Sonoma Ave, Suite 23, Santa Rosa CA 95404