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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: 5000 mangroves100%
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: 8000 trees100%
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: 9691 trees92%
Covering a few acres, this forest in the Tarn region is on the decline. Let’s plant here to breathe new life into this valley bottom. With lindens and Robinias to provide more flowers for the beehives and black alders in the wetland parts.
1 stable tree: 5.90
Objective: 664 stable trees amounting to 3918already funded: 664 trees100%
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: 2120 trees100%
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: 4000 trees100%
This plantations of fertile trees and cocoa trees of an old variety are very resistant and prized for its organoleptic qualities. These trees provide a decent income for families, while regenerating soils and thus protecting the surrounding forest from the old practice of slash and burn.
1 stable tree: 0.52
Objective: 10600 stable trees amounting to 5512already funded: 10600 trees100%
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: 1000 trees100%
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.
95% of the donations received will be put into the project and the remaining 5% used to cover the running costs of A Tree For You
1 tree: 5.30
Objective: 10000 trees amounting to 53000already funded: 7799 trees77%
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: 20800 trees100%
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%