Gorilla Conservation Coffee

Health. Community. Wildlife.

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Saving gorillas. Empowering farmers. Making a better world.

Coffee farming around Bwindi

Bwindi is known for two main things: its gorillas, and its coffee. Coffee farming has been a major employment vehicle for people living around the parks periphery, but local residents have had to poach wildlife to survive, and gorillas have been caught in the crossfire.

Gorillas - under threat

Gorillas living around Bwindi have been impacted by two major issues - poaching and gorilla/human conflict. Gorillas have been injured by hunter's snares, and have gotten sick from illnesses from man. This has reduced the mountain gorillas population over time.

Working together for a better future

The lives of the people and gorillas of Bwindi are intrinsically linked. By boosting incomes of the farmers and working to protect the home of the gorillas, both can have a more prosperous future.

Integrating conservation and coffee, together


This exceptional coffee was selected as the No. 29 coffee on Coffee Review’s list of the Top 30 Coffees of 2018. 

Coffee Review

A few years ago, I went to Africa to meet and walk to the mountain gorillas. While there, I bought a bag of Gorilla Conservation Coffee. Now, I'm hooked! I think Gorilla Conservation Coffee is the best coffee there is!

Catherine Wolf, actress, City on a Hill