Mexico is a country rich in cultural and natural treasures home to a great number of different ecosystems and landscapes. These range from deserts over mountain ranges to tropical rainforests. Yet, they are endangered as Mexico also has one of the highest deforestation rates in the world. Pristine ecosystems increasingly have to make way for agricultural activities such as the cultivation of sugarcane, corn, wheat, peppers, bananas, avocados, beans, and various tropical fruits. Despite Mexico’s status as a middle income country, poverty remains high – especially among small-scale farmers. These increasingly suffer from the impacts of climate change. Regenerative Agroforestry can improve a farm’s capability in withstanding those impacts while reducing the need to clear additional forests and threaten precious ecosystems.