Forest and Farm Facility

The Forest and Farm Facility provides direct financial support and technical assistance to strengthen forest and farm producer organizations representing smallholders, rural women’s groups, local communities and indigenous peoples’ institutions. Collectively, forest and farm producers have the potential to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals and to respond to climate change at landscape scales. A partnership between FAO, IIED, IUCN and Agricord, the Forest and Farm Facility is funded by the EU through the FAO-EU FLEGT programme, Finland, Germany, Norway through the Flexible Multi-Partner Mechanism of FAO, Sweden, the Netherlands, and the United States of America.


Join this webinar organized by the World Resources Institute to discuss bottlenecks and successful case studies in restoration policymaking. Representatives from Africa, Latin America, and India will discuss how countries can forge a strong path under the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration.
Watch this FFF event where leaders from the Podaali Fund, Babassu Fund, and the Dema fund shared their stories, best practices and lessons learned, and provide recommendations for scaling Indigenous and rural innovation in the Amazonian biome. 
In this ‘super year’ of climate and nature, the latest episode of the Make Change Happen podcast hosts a discussion on what support smallholders need, and who should provide it. Hosted by Liz Carlile, it features IIED's Duncan Macqueen, Clare Shakya, and Elizabeth Nsimadala of PAFO.  
Join this webinar organized by RRI and the UK Government’s Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO). Hear from Tuntiak Katan, Indigenous Shuar of Ecuador, General Coordinator of GATC and Vice General Coordinator of COICA.
The general coordinator of COICA has called on global leaders to uphold their promises and urgently take action to protect the Amazon by voting in favour of protecting 80 per cent of the Amazon by 2025. Join this webinar to hear about an immediate mitigation strategy for the planet.
This Global Independent Dialogue is convened by the Land Portal Foundation to draw attention to improved land governance as a cross-cutting thread that underpins success of the Food Systems Summit five action tracks.