14 141 892Trees planted

Amazon: Reforest'Action finances the development of edible forests among traditional populations

After an initial phase of setting up nurseries and identifying plots of land to be reforested, the Brazilian reforestation project financed by Reforest'Action and led in the field by the NGO Rioterra continued with the planting of 250,000 trees of 34 different native species, between December 2020 and February 2021, in 5 deforested and abandoned plots of land within the protected reserve of Rio Preto Jacundá.

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Brésil - Amazonie - forêts comestibles - reforestation - populations traditionnelles

In Brazil, local communities reduce deforestation through agroforestry

Together with the NGO Rioterra, Reforest’Action operates in the state of Rondônia, the most impacted by deforestation in the Amazon. The objective is to reduce deforestation through agroforestry as well as to restore segments of previously degraded forests. Between September and December 2019, up to 35.000 trees were planted on the spot by the local communities.

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Brésil - Amazonie - agroforesterie - reforestation

14 227 trees planted in agroforestry in Peru

During the month of March, 14 227 trees have taken root in Tarapoto, in Peru. Planted by local farmers inside and around the fields, these young sprouts have grown in the Urku tree nursery, our technical partner on the ground.

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Pérou - Amazonie - agroforesterie

In Peru, agroforestry is generating long-term benefits for local communities

More than 12,000 trees were planted in agroforestry between July and September in Peru by our local partner, the Urku Centre.

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Pérou - Amazonie - agroforesterie

In Peru, the testimony of native communities

Discover the testimonies of members of local native communities who are leading a vast reforestation project in Tarapoto, Peru, supported by Reforest'Action and the Urku Centre.

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reforestation - Pérou - Amazonie - plantation - écosystèmes

Peru: meeting the tree planters of Reforest'Action!

In early March, a new planting season opened in the San Martin region of Peru. Stéphane Hallaire, President of Reforest'Action, went to Tarapoto, on the edge of the Amazon forest, to visit our Urku Institute partners. Go with him to meet those who plant and pamper your trees on the ground!

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Pérou - Amazonie - reforestation - Tarapoto - San Martin