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Reforest'Action and the town of Saint-Orens-de-Gameville invite you to contribute to the creation of an urban forest!
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They take part to the plantation

Number of Reforest'actors : 437

Project description

Participate in the creation of a Miyawaki forest in the town of Saint-Orens-de-Gameville!

The project at a glance  

  • Number of trees to be planted: 9,000
  • Mini-forest area: 3,000 m2
  • Species planted: blood dogwood, common hornbeam, blackthorn, privet, pedunculate oak, torminal tree, country maple, European charcoal, Saskatoon berry, dog rose, buckthorn, wild buckthorn, wild pear, small-leaved linden, burdock, narrow-leaved ash
  • Project type: creation of an urban forest
  • Plantation season: Winter 2020/2021


In France and in Europe, Reforest'Action participates in the development of greener, more sustainable and desirable cities by planting urban forests.

In collaboration with the town hall of Saint-Orens-de-Gameville, Reforest'Action proposes to participate in the birth of a mini forest. Inspired by the technique of the Japanese botanist, Akira Miyawaki, this forest will considerably improve the local environment. Indeed, with a total of sixteen local species, the reception of a very rich biodiversity will be allowed. The high density of planting will enable a truly impenetrable and self-sustaining forest massif to be obtained in just a few years.

Planting this area contributes to the birth of a carbon sink but also an island of freshness, a precious element in this urban environment.

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