Regenerative farming restores soil organic matter and biodiversity – resulting in more carbon dioxide being captured in the earth and an improved water cycle. Forest gardens are one way to achieve these benefits, while also providing nutritious food that feeds families and provides economic opportunity. Trees for the Future educates and empowers families in developing countries, helping them reclaim land with plants and trees that will thrive in their backyards. The food those plantings produce improve their standard of living – feeding the earth, and its people. Each pair plants four trees.