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The Green Acre Project



Our goal is to build a community committed to planting trees on existing farmlands or wildlands. We are trying to replicate natural forests on this land. This is a process called "reforestation". 

Specifically, we are looking for :


  • Generous donors so that we can acquire acres of land worldwide.

  • Volunteers to plant and nurture as many trees as they can on this acreage. 


If you are not able to donate, please consider becoming a volunteer. The time to act is now! The more trees we grow sooner, the more carbon they are collectively able to sequester to counter the effects of climate change.

 Founder - Agastya Khosa


TGAP Leaders


Agastya Khosa, the founder of The Green Acre Project, is based in Austin, TX. As a youth, he is very worried about the world for future generations and encourages others to plant more trees.  

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Australia - Alicia Flynn


Alicia Flynn is an educator based in Melbourne, Australia. She teaches at the University of Melbourne's Grad School of Education. Her PhD research is on anti-colonial climate-place education. Alicia has a background in school-based and community sustainability & environment education. She is a mother, a gardener, composter and committed climate activist.

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India - Diya Narayan


Diya Narayan is an active youth feminist based in Bangalore, India. She is looking forward to becoming more active and spread awareness regarding the highly rising climate crisis.


Pakistan - Yasir Bashir


Yasir Bashir is a construction lawyer based in Islamabad, Pakistan. 


Bangladesh - Aktaruzzaman Shoieb


Aktaruzzaman Shoieb is a student based in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Most people are not concerned about climate change. He wants to help with climate change awareness and education. 


USA - Katie Grumet


Katie Grumet is an active youth climate change activist. She loves nature and cares for the environment. Working to help as much as she can, Katie is also a girl scout and has organized a donation to homeless people.