Historically, forests in Kenya have been under threat, and most have already been destroyed or considerably degraded. In partnership with the Green Belt Movement and local communities, the Clinton Foundation has established a multi-pronged approach to rehabilitating the Enoosupukia Forest Trust land area in southwest Kenya. These organizations are working together to plant trees on the Trust land, which will mitigate greenhouse gas emissions while also enabling the community to sell carbon offset credits in the global marketplace. The program is also establishing community woodlots and agroforestry farming systems to foster the sale of wood and surplus farm produce, increasing farmers’ yields and the median income per family fivefold. An important co-benefit of the project, once complete, will be enhanced resilience to climate variability and change.