Regenerative farming in Colombia

Lands for Life, Rare’s regenerative agriculture program in Colombia, seeks to transform and reimagine how we farm for the future. We partner with farming communities in high-biodiversity ecosystems to shift to regenerative agriculture and more sustainable ranching practices. The program helps smallholder farmers create sustainable and long-term solutions for people, biodiversity, and the climate.

Transitioning to low-carbon, regenerative farming

Lands for Life equips smallholder farmers, agricultural extension agents, and local leaders with the skills, training, and digital technology needed to shift to regenerative agriculture and more sustainable ranching practices.

What is regenerative farming?
The people and practices of regenerative farming
Tackling climate change in Colombia with UK Pact

Where we work

Colombia map of departments where we work.

Empowering community-led farm management

Rare mobilizes extension agents, local leaders, and small-scale farmers in Colombia to address conservation challenges and inspire community members to become agents for change.

Partnering with Colombia’s agricultural experts

Partnering with Colombia’s agricultural experts
To scale behavior change in Colombia’s farming communities, target early adopters
Inspiring networks of change
Behavior Change for Agriculture

Lands for Life donors and partners

The following is a sampling of Lands for Life’s donors and partners (past and present).

donors and partner logos.

Field Partners:

Meta Governor’s Office (Secretary of Agriculture and Secretary of Environment), Major Offices,
Cormacarena (Environmental Authority), Universidad de los Llanos (UniLlanos), BioCarbon Fund 


Regenerative farming tools & resources

Farming Tutorials (Spanish)

Maria Umaña, a cacao farmer at La Fortuna farm in the Cubarral community of Meta, Colombia.

Climate Change & Farming

Farmer Testimonial

Regenerative Agriculture Needs Behavior Change

Lands for Life annual report

Contact us

For more information on Rare’s work related to regenerative farming in Colombia, please contact us at

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El Rincon farmer, Don Manuel Vicente mixing coffee beans.