Our partnership is what drives us forward.
Ehoud Cola, Project Director
Ehoud Cola, Director
Mrs Dipl.-Ing Dina Bacovsky, BEST – Bioenergy and Sustainable Technologies
Dina Bacaovsky, Associate
Maria Luz Hidalgo, Associate
Luz Maria Hidalgo, Associate
Julian Andres Cadavid,  Ing. Agroforestery
Julian Andres Cadavid, Associate
Coffee Producer, CEO ASOPAP, Member of  CMS Planadas.
Davier Avilez, Associate
Coffee crop specialist, CEO Cooperativa CMS Planadas.
Edilson Durán, Associate
Belky Paola Chávez Tarazona, Associate
Belky Paola Chávez, Associate
Emiliano Maleta, Associate
Emiliano Maleta, Associate
Redouan Saiah , Associate
Redouan Saiah, Associate
Juan Pablo Parra, Associate
Juan Pablo Parra, Associate
Oscar Javier Galeano, Associate
Oscar Javier Galeano, Associate



Our team is made up of an active group with which we have worked and led precision forestry and agricultural trials as well as developing a financial management unit where our metrics are very useful in the management of high quality carbon credits.

A climate policy, measures, and action programs to lower greenhouse gases, develop resilience to climate change, and back these objectives.

Climate action is therefore very varied…

It concerns more efficient construction commitments in a company that integrates carbon pricing into its investment decisions and adopts a smart climate agriculture model in agricultural management.

Committed to achieving an equitable rural transition.

Beneficiary of Tierras De Montaña



We are committed to agroforestry coffee and environmental conservation that will enhance the company's profitability and sustainability, as well as the crops' quality. Our revolutionary agriculture and climate system utilizes biochar to eliminate carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and enhance food security.


We are looking to boost the well-being and vitality of the communities. Help improve the local communities by providing producers with know-how, economic and financial opportunities to acquire land and start their own crop business, enabling them to meet their financial and alimentation requirements.


We are focused on making 3500 ha of forest - coffee and it's residues... profitable, by pioneering the integration of regenerative agriculture, forest coffee production, biochar, renewable energy, forest restoration, legal logging, and vegetable protein cultivation for animal nutrition.

Basic principles of the organization 


Tierras de Montaña is part of popular education and refers to general values ​​in a global socio-cultural perspective. Its three founding values ​​are:

Human dignity: Recognizing the dignity and freedom of every woman and man is the fundamental attitude of the actors of Tierras de Montaña.

Solidarity: Consider women and men as united, that is to say capable of living together in society.

Democracy: Opting for democracy means, for Tierras de Montaña as for any socio-cultural entity, wanting a society open to debate and the sharing of power.

Promote intergenerationality, taking into account the needs of adults, young people and their parents, and establish a relationship and coherence of activities. Enliven social life by energizing community life and promoting the involvement of all without distinction.

In the Tierras de Montaña philosophy, the activities carried out are not juxtaposed, but complementary in order to better meet local needs and take into account individuals and producers as a whole.

To achieve its objectives, Tierras de Montaña relies on the participation of its Partners.


CAt Tierras de Montaña, we are aligned with the United Nations Investment Division’s policy on sustainable agriculture and food projects. The sustainability of an investment refers to its ability to continue to generate profits in the future. This capacity depends on a number of factors, including continued availability of resources, management and long-term cost-to-revenue ratio. Sustainability is probably one of the most important aspects to consider when preparing and evaluating a project. However, this is the aspect that tends to receive the least attention, especially since it is difficult to predict whether an investment will be sustainable in the long term. Many projects are not, and many of us have seen abandoned factories, empty schools, broken down tractors that amount to unsustainable investments.

Sustainability is often considered the same thing as profitability, it is true that a project designed to generate income can only be sustainable if its income exceeds production costs. But profitability alone is not a guarantee of sustainability. A poorly managed project will fail, regardless of the theoretical return on investment. A profitable investment will also fail if it depletes or damages the natural resources on which it depends, whether trees, water or organic matter in the soil. A significant portion of Mountain Lands is dedicated to addressing factors that influence the environmental sustainability of investments.

As mentioned above, there are many types of investments whose primary purpose is not to generate income (for example, a local school). The sustainability of this type of project does not depend on its profitability; However, other factors, such as environmental sustainability (particularly important for access roads) and operation and maintenance costs, may be important. If the project generates little or no revenue, where will the money for maintenance and repairs be found in the years to come?

The financial viability of Tierras de Montaña in terms of revenue generation is examined in detail in our business model. We analyze the importance and impact of other factors influencing the sustainability of the project and, in particular, the environmental impact and the question of financing when we do not generate income.

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