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In the sensitive area of Itasy Lake, the Mahavotra project is helping 700 farm families to change their practices towards agroecology and the establishment of forest and agroforestry systems.
1 stable tree: 1.74
Objective: 108000 stable trees amounting to 187920already funded: 60365 trees55%
Let’s help the Lisu and Naxi minorities recover their ancestral skills in gathering and preparing medicinal plants, in addition to planting fruit trees and trees that benefit the soil, water, and biodiversity.
1 stable tree: 4.70
Objective: 2600 stable trees amounting to 12220already funded: 36 trees1%
The Dhamma Rakhsa project aims to help small organic rice producers in the Isan region to diversify their incomes and regenerate the ecosystems on which they depend. In this region, soils and biodiversity are in serious need of enrichment. The project includes planting a community forest and establishing an agroforestry system in the rice fields.
1 tree: 5
Objective: 2500 trees amounting to 12500already funded: 46 trees1%
This pioneering project in France aims to enrich existing biodiversity and ensure a future for a young market gardener. The planting of trees of more than 60 species, from fruit trees to energy wood trees, will also contribute to soil enrichment and erosion control.
1 tree: 21
Objective: 592 trees amounting to 12432already funded: 86 trees14%
Yves wants to transform an old apple orchard, currently abandoned, into a forest. Let’s plant with him chestnut trees, douglas firs, and some cork oaks to boost biodiversity, honey and forestry production.
1 stable tree: 11.80
Objective: 2120 stable trees amounting to 25016already funded: 379 trees17%
The primary forest in this region is suffering from selective deforestation and losing its biodiversity. Let’s plant valuable local species trees in plots owned by smallholders, this will provide them with wood within easy reach and so protect the tropical forest.
1 tree: 5.1
Objective: 4000 trees amounting to 20400already funded: 934 trees23%
The village of Pejarakan relies heavily on its marine ecosystem and natural coastal resources to meet its everyday needs.
The plan is to plant mangroves and introduce clean-up sites for the beaches. These actions will enable the ecosystem to rebuild itself and help the local population regain an acceptable standard of living.
1 mangrove: 3.10
Objective: 5000 mangroves amounting to 15500already funded: 804 mangroves16%