Australian missionary agronomist Tony Rinaudo will soon be publishing his autobiography, The Forest Underground: Hope for a Planet in Crisis. Tony’s life story is a powerful one of hope for our planet, as well as a moving testimony of God’s grace and guidance. In the book, Tony goes into detail about how he pioneered Farmer Managed Natural Regeneration (FMNR), an affordable and scalable land-management technique responsible for over 5 million hectares of restored land in Niger.
At its core, this is a story of hope against all odds, and proves to be an invaluable tool for inspiring the hope needed to combat climate change and hunger. Tony is publishing his book through ISCAST, a not-for profit organisation. If you’d like to support the publishing of The Forest Underground, you can do so by giving to the Kickstarter campaign at: bit.ly/TheForestUnderground