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With Reforest'Action, take part in the reforestation of this parcel of land that has been attacked by insects !  
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Project description

With Reforest'Action, take part in the reforestation of this parcel of land that has been attacked by insects !

The project at a glance  

  • Number of trees to be planted: 14,750
  • Plantation area: 11.80 hectares
  • Species planted: sessile oak, sycamore maple, chestnut, Scots pine, larch, field elm
  • Project type: reforestation following an insect attack
  • Season of plantation: Spring 2022

Context

In the Jura department (France), these forest plots have been heavily damaged by bark beetle attacks. These xylophagous insects dig galleries under the bark of trees, which blocks the circulation of sap, causing the death of the affected specimens. These invasions slowed down the natural regeneration process of the forest, eventually leading to its decline.

The 14,750 trees planted will help diversify the stand and fortify the forest against future external hazards. This approach will also promote the enrichment of biodiversity within the forest. In addition, the trees will store carbon, thus contributing to the fight against global warming.


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