As we develop Terraso, we work closely with a group of Co-Design landscapes who ground our efforts in the realities they face and provide feedback for the solutions we’re exploring. Our initial cohort began with about a dozen landscapes located around the world; this number will grow as we expand Terraso to support more regions and more landscape challenges.
List of landscapes:
Corredor Biocultural del Centro Occidente de México (COBIOCOM) is made up of eight states seeking to preserve a rich natural and cultural heritage in Western Mexico.
The Galera-San Francisco Peninsula is a unique landscape holding some of the last remnants of the coastal Chocó rainforest in Ecuador.
The Rupununi Savannah encompasses 5000 square miles of grasslands, swamplands, rain-forested mountains and is Guyana’s most biologically diverse region.
Catchments in the mountains of southern South Africa where collaborations with the local farming community have resulted in large-scale rehabilitation and regenerative agriculture programs.
North-west of Nairobi, Kenya, the Kikuyu Escarpment forest lies to and covers the southern slopes of the Aberdare Escarpment.
A landscape in plateau regions of Spain seeking to mobilize local communities toward the vision of a self-sufficient region, full of life and growth.
At the foothills of the Țarcu Mountains, the Bison Hillock is the second area of rewilding of bison in Romania and a unique spot to experience rural life and wildlife in the Carpathian Mountains.
The Terai is a stretch of lowlands in the southernmost part of Nepal. This is the area with the highest biodiversity in the country.
The Sintang district in Indonesia is home to globally significant forests. About half the tree cover is primary tropical rainforest, and about one-third of this is still intact.
The Great Sea Reef of Fiji is located along the northern shore of the island of Vanua Levu and is the third-largest continuous reef system in the world.