September is upon us... You don't want to go back to work? Good news: there is still time to turn around and escape into the forest. At Reforest'Action, we thought of you, in case you'd like the idea, and we created the appropriate playlist for your new wild life!
The bi-annual meeting of the Steering Committee of the SOPREEF enabled us to highlight some important advances for our tree planting program in Senegal.
Master of the art of growing wild forests in less than 30 years, the most famous Japanese botanist in the world tirelessly pursues his goal of restoring forests as they were at the origin of the world before the intervention of man.
Sheyla works alongside the Urku Institute on our plantation project in Peru. Thanks to their action and the support of our partner Paul Mitchell, over 5,500 trees have been planted by Reforest'Action in the Peruvian Amazon over the past three months.
In partnership with Reforest'Action, the OECD has planted 3900 trees in Bréval, near Paris. A strong gesture in favour of the environment.
Around 700 Southern Haiti high school and junior high school students have been offered trees, within our Reforestation School Program, thanks to our partner Paul Mitchell. They planted more than 7000 of them, which will allow them to pay - in a few years - for their school fees. Mainly, thanks to cocoa beans sales.
Plantations are underway in Peru: thousands of baby trees repopulate the forest each month thanks to Paul Mitchell's support! Last June, more than 15.000 young trees were planted in different areas of the San Martin region.