Reforestation

Hands in the Soil

Soil Restoration

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Forest Path

Micro forests

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The Treebuu Method: A Better Way to Build Forests

Through the introduction to a depleted landscape of “potential natural vegetation,” we grow forests. The soil of a future forest site is analyzed and then improved, using locally available sustainable amendments—for example, wood chips from a nearby sawmill. About 50 to 100 local plant species four categories are selected and planted as seedlings in a random mix like you would find growing naturally in the wild. The seedlings are planted very densely—20,000 to 30,000 per hectare as opposed to 1,000 per hectare in commercial forestry. For a period of two to three years, the site is monitored, watered, and weeded, to give the nascent forest every chance to establish itself.

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