Teak plantations recover deforested areas - and preserve the original rainforest.
Asian Tectona grandis (teak) has been planted in Brazil for decades as an alternative to recover deforested areas in the Amazon Forest region.
Supplying high quality grown timber reduces market demand for forest's native wood, most of it now banned.
That's why we're here:
to provide sustainable teak and help to save the last continuous rainforest in the world.