Noticed plantation updates

Eco-tourism at the Pedregoza Project!

 Tree-Nation is happy to introduce our first Eco-Tourism program. Visiting a plantation is an amazing…
Feb / 24 / 2015 4 comments

Preparation work!

The preparation work of the terrain started in december 2014. Here is the Before/After in photos:BEFORE…
Feb / 16 / 2015 0 comments

Composting in Natural Silviculture

by Dexter B. DombroWhen you have over one million trees planted in poor soil, fertilizing them becomes…
Nov / 17 / 2014 6 comments

Troisième visite à Dassa: la pépinière

Le 4 Juillet 2014, nous sommes de retour à Dassa et visitons les pépinières. les…
Nov / 17 / 2014 0 comments

Celebrating our millionth tree, end of 2014 season

Dear friends, My sincere apologies for not posting sooner! So much has happened in the last few…
Sep / 24 / 2014 8 comments

In the words of Nelson Mandela.....

“Education is the most powerful tool you can use to change the world”and on the Bore project…
Sep / 14 / 2014 6 comments

New Solar Installations at La Pedregoza

Thanks to a very generous donation by A Raymond Europe, a Tree-Nation corporate sponsor, our forestry…
Aug / 12 / 2014 1 comments

Première visite à Dassa

Nos activités de plantation se centraient autour de Réo, au Burkina Faso. Au Total, depuis…
Jun / 23 / 2014 0 comments
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399 Members icon2622 Trees
Objective 2015 25000

This afforestation and reforestation project is located in the Orinoco River basin of Colombia. The plantation is designed to provide long-term economic sustainability for the adjacent natural reserve, dedicated to the conservation of local flora & fauna. We use natural farming techniques to do so.

305 Members icon612 Trees
Objective 2015 10000

The project helps preserving the amazing biodiversity of Madagascar. It also aspires to reduce deforestation in the island, proving that preserving a forested area, while exploiting and making a sustainable use of it, is more profitable than destroying it.

220 Members icon156 Trees
Objective 2015 2000

The project aims to build and lead associative groups committed to act at a local scale in the Nord-Pas-de-Calais territory. Micro-actions are set in place to expand the woodlands cover and better interconnect the ecosystem they belong to. Eco-citizenship and participation are project's core values.

159 Members icon2475 Trees
Objective 2015 15000

A community-based reforestation initiative that regroups small-scale farming families to develop ecosystem services for the voluntary carbon market. Participants reforest and maintain under-utilized portions of their land in exchange for payments for ecosystem services.

128 Members icon37 Trees
Objective 2015 500

We reforest degraded cattle pastures owned by Costa Ricans with diverse native trees, professionally managed for 25 years. Benefits include maximum capture of carbon dioxide, preservation of species of tropical plants and animals, and conservation of water supplies.

118 Members icon8600 Trees
Objective 2015 15000

Sooner or later, our world is going to overheat if we do not protect and conserve the planet's tropical forests. Since 2007, this unique project has been working closely with ordinary Kenyan subsistence farmers to find ways to help them grow new food crops that reduce the stress on their forest.

76 Members icon21 Trees
Objective 2015 500

This project, situated on a 16 hectare parcel of land inside a natural reserve, involves the planting of a botanical garden in the Orinoco River basin to conserve its traditional medicinal trees and plants. The project is being done together with the Missouri Botanical Gardens in the USA.

73 Members icon466 Trees
Objective 2015 1500

To restore native forests and add value to the local heritage we want to regenerate the biodiversity connectivity, the agro-silvo-pastoral cultures of the northern peninsula, the soil quality while reforesting protected natural areas hit by wildfires a few years ago.

28 Members icon799 Trees
Objective 2015 4000

Le projet « Planter pour la Planète » a été lancé par Madame Wangari Maathaï. Au Burkina, nous plantons dans la province du Sanguié en suivant les conseils de l’agroforesterie afin de faire reculer le désert.

This project is aimed at fighting desertification and poverty. The products of the plantation alleviate malnutrition and generate high revenues offering the population new development opportunities.

The project aims to regenerate and improve the soil while reforesting the “Rio Blanco” region. Moreover the project benefits the local population by increasing drinkable water availability.