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The year 2018, rich in events and transformations, is coming to an end. The opportunity for the Reforest'Action team to take you on a journey of (re)discovery of our highlights... And to wish you a wonderful 2019!
After the planting period during which 4000 mangroves took root in North Sumatra between autumn 2017 and winter 2018, our partner Yagasu spent the rest of the year with the local population maintaining the trees planted. Discover pictures of your young shoots!
Reforest’Action publishes today “Notre Avenir S’appelle Forêt” (Our Future is Named Forest), the first report that thoroughly analyses the ecological, economic and social issues of French forests during the 21st century and suggests answers to these challenges: the renewal of forests based on forest diversity as an ally.
In Haiti, the economic situation remains severely deteriorated following Hurricane Matthew in September 2016. Destroyed largely by the disaster, the cocoa trees did not produce beans for eighteen consecutive months. At the beginning of May, the first harvest since the hurricane finally took place.
In Madagascar, Reforest'Action has been working since April 2018 with the association Generation Masoala to maintain the community nursery in Ambatobe. The objective? Reforest affected plots and provide the population with tree seedlings with consumable, exploitable and marketable resources. Discover the latest project news!