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Our Concept

Replenish Nature Faster

Our Better Way to Build Forests

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A Natural World

It’s no secret that Earth is rapidly losing its forests. Between 1990 and 2015, the world lost 129 million hectares of them. Deforestation is responsible for an estimated 5 billion tons, or 17 percent of annual global carbon emissions, not to mention soil erosion and biodiversity loss.

In contrast, growing forests has numerous benefits. Forests remove vast amounts of carbon from the air. They cool and purify the air, filter the water, prevent erosion, and act as an important buffer against climate change.

The way plant species interact with each other showing how indigenous forest was layered together from four categories of native plantings: main tree species, sub-species, shrubs, and ground-covering herbs.

The soil of a future forest site is analyzed and improved using locally available sustainable amendments. About 50 to 100 local plant species are selected and planted as seedlings in a random mix like you would find growing naturally in the wild. 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.

Through this method, trees grow about 10 times faster. Once stabilized, the forest is left to flourish for evermore, on its own, without further interference. By 15-20 years after planting, the early model of a dense mature forest will be established, giving birth to a flourishing bio diversity.

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