Nobletree practices sustainable agronomy, incorporating soil, crop and ecology analysis for continued commercial development and sustainability.
Focusing on long-term sustainability, our farms are among the first in the world to employ coffee tree terracing, which aids in soil conservation and helps prevent rainwater runoff, a serious cause of soil erosion.
Soil preservation is a significant advance for Brazilian coffee growing. In the past, there was no bush management. As a result, erosion was widespread in crops with damage to the coffee grower and the environment. Today, we focus. on the soil from the moment the crop is implanted.
Plus we are committed to indigenous flora and fauna, including 200 hectares of preserved flora and fauna on our Monte Verde Farm.
Both our farms are Rain Forest Alliance Certified.
Neighbors and Friends Program
Through Nobletree Neighbors and Friends program, we help coffee farmers in Mogiana de Pinhal, in the state of San Paulo, and in the Ouro Fino region, in the south of Minas, learn about specialty coffee production and technology. This is Nobletree Coffee and Farms’ way of increasing the production of specialty coffee in an important Brazilian coffee region.
With our belief in collaborative partnerships, we invest in the training of producers at our farms. Our focus is encouraging quality and production of specialty coffees by combining good varieties, sustainable farming, and the correct handling and processing of the coffee to produce sustainable, world class beans.
With this initiative, Nobletree Farms holds field days with specific training sessions focused on specialty coffees in partnership with two important institutions in Brazil, Sebrae and Senar, which promote training of small and medium producers. Producers receive technical support and with these courses every year.
We also support our local producers with post-harvest guidance, drying methods, cupping, and coffee sales.
We have already positively impacted the lives of many producers and will continue to do so in the coming years.