Oh my, I'm so glad you asked! I have an amazing project I am working on called Pinuya Nursery. Through working with Tree Nation, I realized there is a need from some communities to have a nursery. This is something that Tree Nation does not currently fund.
In particular, I have worked with Pinuya Village for years. Aldeia Pinuya is 7km from Tarauacá in Acre, the northern western most state of Brazil which borders Peru and Bolivia.
Pinuya Village is the smallest Huni Kuin indigenous land in the northern region of Acre, Brazil and the villagers are currently suffering from a lack of food supplies. Due to displacement from their original indigenous lands, the village were relocated during the 1960-70's to an area of deforested cattle land. Pinuya, by the way, means hummingbird.
Due to the size and location of the current territory, they are unable to hunt in the forests or go to the river for fishing and therefore rely on other sources for cultivating food.
To date, the 70 plus families that reside in Pinuya have made enormous efforts and progress over many years to reforest their land as well as planting crops and trees to provide food over 200 people that live in the village. However, the village's original tree nursery was destroyed in a storm a number of years ago and due to lack of funds has never been able to be re-built.