Breadfruit Diversity

The work of the Breadfruit Institute to conserve and study the world’s largest repository of breadfruit diversity at the National Topical Botanical Garden in Hawaii is educating and inspiring individuals and organizations around the world to embrace regenerative organic breadfruit agroforestry. Some of the many environmental and social benefits are regenerating the soil to help address climate change, protect watersheds and provide habitat for pollinators, and provide food and economic security to families, smallholder farmers and entrepreneurs.