Large Scale Reforestation – TEST

What Is Reforestation?

Reforestation is the human effort of restoring and rehabilitating a once-forested area to its original state.

Many factors can result in a region becoming deforested, both in the form of natural and unnatural disturbances. Logging, city development, wild fires, and livestock presence are prominent damaging factors.

By supporting natural tree growth and by planting forests ourselves, we are making a great investment to quality of life upon earth now and into the future.

Reforestation Strategies for Sub-Saharan Africa

We plan reforestation in a wide variety of areas, attempting to ensure a better future while working hand-in-hand with communities to improve their lives as well.

In a few years time, our trees and forests will become a substantial factor in the reduction of the world’s carbon emission, which means cleaner air, repressed global warming, less famine, and much more.

Empowering Local Communities: A Vital Partnership

Engaging local communities is paramount to fire prevention. 

Community-based fire prevention strategies include education  and awareness campaigns to equip residents with the knowledge and tools to significantly improve response times and minimize fire damage. 

Protecting Africa’s Rich Nature 

Sub-Saharan Africa is home to rich tropical rainforests, grasslands and savannahs bursting with wildlife. 

Global Forest Watch

Learn more about where deforestation is happening around the world with the interactive map below. Explore tree cover loss and forest damage over time to see how much work still needs to be done.

Together We Thrive

We deliver tailored fire management solutions to reduce the risk of wildfires. By working with our team of climate and fire management experts, you are supported throughout the entire project lifecycle.