Meet our new CEO, Patty Connor! As an impact-driven company, we strongly believe in creating a world with more equitable opportunities — especially for girls and young women — and are proud to be woman-led.
Global coffee production creates in excess of 23 million tons of waste per year. We believe it’s time for that to change. That’s why everything we do is rooted in finding eco-friendly solutions that make a positive impact on people, wildlife, and the planet. From bean to brew, here’s how we stay sustainable every step of the way.
Mount Gorongosa is one of the world’s most biologically diverse ecosystems. Home to an incredibly wide range of wildlife, the rainforest is a region rich in unique animals — many of which are also endemic species. Here’s a peek at some of the curious creatures that call Gorongosa’s rainforest home.
All we do would not be possible without the hard work and dedication of the inspiring women we work with on the ground in Gorongosa National Park. At the heart of our operations are the many women farmers who plant your favorite coffee on Mount Gorongosa. Read on to hear three of their stories!
The start of April marks one of our favorite holidays here at Our Gorongosa — Earth Month! While we believe in celebrating the planet every day, Earth Month is an opportunity to raise even more awareness of the benefits of going green. Read on for five ways you can do a little more to protect and preserve our planet.
As we spend this month celebrating the majestic elephants that roam the plains of Gorongosa, we’d love to share with you some interesting facts about these wonderful creatures. Join us as we explore a little of what makes them so incredible!
We celebrated World Elephant Day with two very special guests. Dominique Gonçalves and Joyce Poole sat down (virtually, of course!) to discuss their work researching Gorongosa’s elephants.
August 12th marks World Elephant Day, an annual celebration of some of the Earth’s most majestic creatures.
Dominique Gonçalves chats with Rue Mapp, the inspiring founder and CEO of Outdoor Afro about diversity and inclusion in the great outdoors.
Guest host Jen Guyton chats with National Geographic photographer Charlie Hamilton James about their adventures in Gorongosa National Park.
This week's guest is Piotr Naskrecki, Half-Earth Chair and Associate Director of the E.O. Wilson Lab in Gorongosa National Park. Watch this fascinating chat about nature and biodiversity in Gorongosa (including some fun facts about bats!).
Our host Larissa chats with Idaho entrepreneur and philanthropist, Greg Carr. Watch to learn about the Gorongosa Restoration Project and the 30-year plan for Gorongosa National Park.