The project aims to reconnect remaining patches of forest and restore degraded land. Across 2 main sites, Cimitarra and Tierralta around 2,200 ha of land is restored using an agroforestry system with areas replanted with native species. Agroforestry, a system that mixes trees and shrubs among crops, helps to increase biodiversity and productivity by boosting soil nutrients, preventing erosion and creating resilient symbiotic ecosystems. The project empowers and trains locals to establish sustainable timber plantations and planting cacao crops. The project supports the Jaguar Corridors initiative with aims to create a continuous north-to-south habitat corridor throughout the species range in central and south America, enabling them to roam and breed.