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In the valley of the river Zio, the soil is extremely degraded and so largely infertile for subsistence crops (taros, yams…). The villagers also lack fuelwood and lumber. Together let’s plant 40,000 fertiliser trees in 4 villages to provide the inhabitants with food and wood, and to protect the gallery forest of the river Zio.
1 stable tree: 1
Objective: 40000 stable trees amounting to 40000already funded: 35298 trees88%
The project is located in the Phnom Kulen National Park, close to the town of Siem Reap and Angkor archaeological site. A former stronghold of the Khmer Rouge, this part of the park suffered from the ravages of war. Hence its population is still one of the poorest in the province and is facing major environmental challenges. Planting 6,200 trees aims to generate sustainable income for producers for greater food security while tackling deforestation.
1 tree: 10.00
Objective: 6200 trees amounting to 62000already funded: 50 trees0%
Affected by ash dieback or chalarose, some forests are dying out in Hauts-de-France (northernmost region of the country) to such an extent that at times the National Forests Office (Office national des forêts, ONF) has forbidden access out of concerns for the safety of hikers. The objective of this project is twofold: it seeks to replace trees that will die and educate children in the region about environmental protection by planting 2,880 trees, mainly oaks and beech.
1 tree: 21
Objective: 2880 trees amounting to 60480already funded: 2324 trees80%
This new project in Tena seeks to reforest spoiled areas with 8,000 trees. The sustainable agroforestry model being implemented is helping improve the quality of life for Kichwas while protecting the adjacent primary forest. This initiative is a response to the issue of biodiversity loss. It is carrying on from the previous project focused on planting valuable trees in Tena.
1 tree: 5.50
Objective: 8000 trees amounting to 44000already funded: 6971 trees87%
This project, located in the Argentan region of Normandy, aims to plant hedgerows with the help of 35 farmers, thus completing the existing hedgerow network, typical of this region. Planting 10,500 trees, of which 15 different species, will allow the development of a rich and diversified fauna as well as a source of shelter and food and will also be an important support for the local flora.
1 tree: 8.00
Objective: 10500 trees amounting to 84000already funded: 4708 trees44%
Affected by chestnut ink disease, this forest in the west of Ile-de-France (Paris region) is rapidly dying out. Here in Montmorency, the forest was classified as being in a health crisis in 2018. When the trees are diseased or dead, we must then resort to sanitation cutting. This project seeks to restore healthy afforestation with more resistant species: the sessile oak, together with a natural increase in birch trees, whitebeam…
1 tree: 16.00
Objective: 1000 trees amounting to 16000already funded: 842 trees84%
This project in Canada aims to support five Ontario farm families who want to switch to organic farming and restore local ecosystems by planting 10,000 trees. This planting will create ecological corridors to protect local wildlife, improve soil and water quality, and store carbon.
1 tree: 5.30
Objective: 10000 trees amounting to 53000already funded: 238 trees2%
After Armenia gained its independence, the lack of energy resources forced the population to (over)consume the rich wood resources in the region in order to withstand the harsh winters. Today, the villagers of Dzoraglukh are feeling the consequences and now realise the crucial importance of restoring the lost forest. The project to plant 20,800 trees over three years seeks to breath life back into areas once covered with oaks.
1 tree: 2
Objective: 20800 trees amounting to 41600already funded: 20392 trees98%
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In the Haute-Matsiatra region of Madagascar, the Soarano drainage basin is suffering from water shortages at the end of its dry seasons due to severe soil erosion, generating conflict within the Ambalavao community over the use of water for farming and domestic purposes. By planting 25,000 trees, the KOLORANO project aims to disseminate various agroecological practices to boost these these fragile environments and safeguard water and food for the local population.
1 tree: 2.40
Objective: 25000 trees amounting to 60000already funded: 25000 trees100%
Vincent strongly believes in the crucial role of the trees in his agricultural system. He realised the importance of introducing them in order to restore the soil, expand his vegetable and cereal production, diversify and increase his agricultural production. Since planting his first trees in 2018, he wants to continue with an additional 570 new trees to attract an abundance of biodiversity by creating ecological corridors.
1 tree: 25
Objective: 570 trees amounting to 14250already funded: 570 trees100%
The parcel of the Bâtie houses the planting project of 948 trees for the Grenoble Saint-Ismier Landscape School. It wishes to promote organic farming in the training of young farmers in order to develop their practices towards agro-ecology. It also aims to set up agro-forestry systems.
1 tree: 25
Objective: 948 trees amounting to 23700already funded: 948 trees100%
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: 2500 trees100%
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: 1480 trees amounting to 31080already funded: 1480 trees100%
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: 2600 trees100%