Who is Bwindi Forest Farm?Bwindi Forest Farm, is a coffee plantation located alongside Bwindi Forest National Park in Southwest Uganda. The plantation is a demonstration farm for coffee and livestock. The aim with Bwindi Forest Farm is to inspire and assist local farmers with the shift from food production to plantation.Bwindi Forest Farm also have a campsite and a couple of cabins for tourists. Tourists supply foreign capital, giving birth to restaurants, craftsmen, subcontractors and traditional crafts (especially the elderly are occupied in craft making). Bwindi Forest Farm employs 17 people from surrounding communities, 10 of whom are women.Bwindi Forest Farm is working towards developing a biodiversity’s gentle cultivation method without compromising crop yield. Bwindi Forest Farm is driven by the use of ecological and permacultural principles. This avoids chemical fertilizers, -pesticides, and -herbicides. The coffee trees are grown in a mixture of local woods that are higher than the coffee trees. It provides a dynamic that mimics the natural forest, the Bwindi Forest National Park, to which we are adjacent, and hopefully an extension, of habitats, into the agricultural country, for the park’s insects, fungi, birds and Furthermore, crop destroying animals, i.e baboons, do not move through the coffee fields, as they then come too far from their safe place, the Park.