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With Reforest'Action, finance the revival of this forest victim of the 1999 storm !
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Project benefits

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Project description

With Reforest'Action, finance the revival of this forest victim of the 1999 storm !

The project at a glance  

  • Number of trees to be planted: 3,125
  • Plantation area: 2 hectares
  • Species planted: sessile oak, black walnut, field maple, basswood
  • Project type: reforestation after a storm
  • Planting season: February 2021
  • Region : Grand-Est
  • Certification: None

The origin of the project

Located in the Grand-Est region, in the Meuse department, this project is located in the Vaux Vauthier forest in Fains-Véel. The parcel concerned has been the victim of several natural hazards, including the 1999 storm and a mini-tornado in 2015.

The owner wishes to introduce 3,125 trees composed of a varied panel of 4 species. This diversity will improve the resilience of the massif and provide a home for the surrounding biodiversity. Ultimately, the trees will contribute to the fight against climate change through carbon storage.  

Generated benefits

  • Fight against climate change: trees provide fruit, fodder, wood, resins, tannins etc. Once planted, they regulate temperatures through the shade of their foliage. Carbon sinks, they store CO₂ and are valuable allies in the fight against global warming. They restore soil fertility and prevent soil erosion.
  • Development of biodiversity: agroforestry promotes biodiversity and provides multiple habitats and species. Micro-organisms, fauna, and flora participate in the restoration of an ecological network. They provide refuges for birds that regulate pest populations on crops.
  • Protection of territories: the planting of trees in agroforestry helps to protect the land from extreme weather events. By creating shaded areas, the trees preserve the crops during the dry season and provide them with a protective cover during the rainy season.
  • Soil enrichment: the leaves fallen from the trees will allow the creation of organic matter that will enrich the soils and contribute to the proper functioning of the forest ecosystem.
  • Wood supply: eventually, some mature trees may be harvested to supply the timber industry, economic lung that needs to operate a sustainable energy transition.
  • Soil nutrition: trees retain rainwater on the soil surface and filter it before it enters the water table. Thus, forest canopies regulate the water cycle and help preserve the planet's water resources.


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