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Reforest'Action and its partner Unisylva invite you to finance the revitalization of this agricultural wasteland!
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Project benefits

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Number of Reforest'actors : 2

Project description

Reforest'Action and its partner Unisylva invite you to finance the revitalization of this agricultural wasteland!

The project at a glance  

  • Number of trees to be planted: 700
  • Plantation area: 0.6 hectares
  • Species planted: sessile oak, alisier torminal, cormier
  • Project type: afforestation of a neglected agricultural land
  • Planting season: Fall 2021
  • Certification: PEFC

Context

This former agricultural plot, located in the department of Allier, is part of the Bocage of the Bourbonnais. This natural region composed of traditional landscapes is typical for its agricultural spaces separated by hedges.

This land was left to fallow after years of agricultural exploitation. A diversity of species adapted to the climatic conditions is planted in order to revalorize the plot. In addition, the introduction of fruit trees encourages the development of a rich biodiversity on the plot. This approach contributes to increase the wooded cover on the area, offering a continuity with the surrounding wood. In the long term, the forest will contribute to the fight against global warming thanks to the carbon storage by the trees. And it will soon help produce a sustainably managed timber whose harvested wood will also store CO2!  


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