Affected by chestnut ink disease, some forests in the north of Ile-de-France (Paris region) are rapidly dying out. Such is the damage in Montmorency – where chestnut trees currently represent 70% of its cover – that the forest was classified as being in a health crisis in 2018. When the trees are diseased or dead, the French National Forests Office (Office national des forêts, ONF), a partner of A Tree for You, must then resort to sanitation cutting. This project, exclusively reserved for RED by SFR clients, seeks to restore healthy afforestation with more resistant species: the sessile oak, together with a natural increase in birch trees, whitebeam…
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In the Sidama area in southern Ethiopia, most of the coffee production is provided by small scale farmers weakened by coffee prices’ variations, difficult weather conditions and a high cost of inputs. The plantation of 297,000 remaining trees in coffee plantations, using an agroforestry model, will ensure the long-term sustainability of family farming, reduce soil erosion, optimise land use and increase revenue for more than 5,500 farmers through the plantation of forest and fruit species.
This project is fully funded by Fondation Total.
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.
This project is fully funded by Mécénat Chirurgie Cardiaque.
In Kenya, most of the coffee production is provided by small scale farmers weakened by coffee prices’ variations, difficult weather conditions and a high cost of inputs. Thanks to this project, more than 2,750 smallholder farmers will be trained, over 365,750 remaining trees (including coffee trees) will be planted and more than 11,400 beneficiaries will take advantage of its impacts.
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