After the relief program terminated, in order to give continuous support to the community, CGN launched an agroforestry coffee cultivation project as a partner of WE 21 Japan (Kanagawa) in 2010. This project was funded by the Kanagawa People to People Cooperation Fund.
In the project, coffee trees were planted among other trees such as alnus and calliandra. Alnus and calliandra grow faster than coffee and give moderate amount of shade to the coffee. They also fix nitrogen in the ground and enrich the soil. CGN also helped plant bamboos in the landslide-affected areas and watershed. These efforts will help prevent soil erosion and protect watershed. Now the coffee beans from Croz are exported to fair trade shops in Japan.