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.
Located in the northern part of Peru, the Piura region has an extremely arid climate. The dry soils, on which the breeders and farmers live, are threatened by erosion. Thanks to funding from Reforest'Action, 500,000 trees of various species have been planted since January in order to breathe new life into this region affected by desertification.
Since 2016, Reforest'Action has been involved alongside the Urku Centre, an Amazonian research institute located in Tarapoto. The project aims to plant trees of various species in agroforestry in the Amazon rainforest. Discover the news of the last few months about our project!
Plantations are underway in Peru: thousands of baby trees repopulate the forest each month thanks to Paul Mitchell's support! Last June, more than 15.000 young trees were planted in different areas of the San Martin region.