21 854 646Trees planted

Project design in Vitiforestry: Techniques enriched by stakeholder relationships. Four questions to Pierre Hermans, Director of the Research Department, Reforest'Action

Pierre Hermans shares with us his rich experience in vitiforestry - the practice of applying agroforestry techniques to vineyard plots. Implementing them requires adaptation to local contexts and the issues encountered on the territory. Our expert explains how he builds the project design in collaboration with multiple stakeholders.

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Vitiforestry - Agroforestry - regenerative agriculture - CSR - forest - vineyards - viticulture - carbon - biodiversity - stakeholders - project design

The fynbos biome: a vegetation treasure trove with unique flora

A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Cape Floral Kingdom, also known as the fynbos biome, stretches across the width of South Africa. It is a reserve for biodiversity and is home to invaluable flora including a myriad of endemic species. It is, however, threatened by the presence of invasive plants.

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South Africa - Cap Breede - Fynbos biome - flora - biodiversity - pyrophyte - active restoration

An overview of the projects supported by Reforest'Action in Peru

End of 2021, our team went to monitor the 3 projects supported by Reforest'Action in Peru, but also to meet the partners who implement them on the field. Report in Tarapoto, Lamas and Piura.

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Peru - biodiversity - Restoration - local communities

200,000 trees planted in Haiti for the benefit of the city of Lavial

October 2021 was marked by the finalization of this important project started in 2019, which aimed at restoring forests in the Jacmel valley.

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reforestation - Haïti - biodiversity - employment - social impact

The reforestation of the Breede and Berg river banks continues!

Located along the Breede and Berg rivers in South Africa, the reforestation project supported by Reforest'Action and conducted on the ground by Breedekloolf Wine and Tourism (BTW) is unfolding in a positive way.

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South Africa - reforestation - biodiversity

Foulksmills : renewing an old field by planting a forest

South-east of Ireland, in the town Foulksmills, this 4,32-hectare old field had lost its environmental value. Replanting it with diverse species will help restore its ecological functions.

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old field - tree planting - Ireland - Foulksmills - biodiversity - revalorisation - climate change

A 3-year rescue plan launched for the Chantilly Forest

One hour from Paris, the Chantilly Forest offers an exceptional natural setting and a heritage steeped in history. Unfortunately, its stand is currently in danger. A large-scale reforestation project is taking place in order to rescue it.

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France - Chantilly - forest - diversity - biodiversity

Monchique : 60 115 trees planted following a wildfire

In the recent years, summer fires have been destroying the forests of Portugal, when temperatures are extreme. To mitigate the dramatic consequences of these natural disasters, Reforest'Action contributes to the reforestation of the areas ravaged by wildfires.

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Portugal - reforestation - wildfire - biodiversity

Peru: innovative forestry projects for Amazonian plant biodiversity

In Peru, our reforestation project in the San Martín region has been marked over the past six months by a multitude of innovative initiatives aimed at conserving and enhancing the extraordinary plant biodiversity of the Amazon rainforest.

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Peru - Tarapoto - San Martin - biodiversity

Reconnecting with the living for sustainable humanity

The third annual Forest Month in 2021 will focus on the theme of restoring ecosystems, as Reforest’Action takes another look at the relationship between human societies and life in all its forms. How did we become disconnected from Nature down the centuries, and how has this schism not proved fatal? How can we create sustainable humanity, in harmony with natural ecosystems? Part philosophy and part ecology, reconnecting to the living is essential when thinking about tomorrow’s world.

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living - biodiversity - Ecosystems