Prickly pear sequester 400 lbs of CO2 per cactus per year. This means that meeting our goal will remove the equivalent of 40,000 cars from the road each year!
Tackle Food Scarcity
Every year prickly pear cacti produce an abundance of delicious fruit and pads that we can use to feed hungry people that need this nutrition the most.
Prickly pear can thrive using just a tiny fraction of the water that other plants need. This means we can grow fruit and capture CO2 while saving our rivers.
By The Numbers
Prickly pear cacti planted in the ground by Erem
Prickly pear water efficiency compared to an orange tree
Check Out The Farm
A Prickly Pear Hero
Cheri Romanoski, a Tucson native, took her longtime knowledge and appreciation for the Arizona desert surroundings and turned them into a thriving business that allows people all over the world to experience the distinctive taste of prickly pear.