Recent Examples of reforestation from the Web
The fund directs $1 million annually to environmental improvement projects ranging from wetlands restoration to reforestation to carbon credit methodology and more.
LeGrue was among more than 3,000 bikers who queued up near Sam Houston Park Sunday for the 13 annual Tour de Houston, a series of rides sponsored by Apache Corp. that raise money for city reforestation projects.
Irving’s father, an agronomist, is convinced that reforestation is the key to lifting Haiti out of its poverty.
The committee rejected a tentative reforestation plan that Gangwon was required to submit, calling for more specifics.
Event proceeds will go toward a city parkway reforestation program called the Greening Geneva initiative.
In addition to the prairie-like plantings, there are pockets of reforestation with trees and understory growth to create little pockets of ecosystems that draw other creatures, said Melton.
The rest will remain part of the massive reforestation project.
So a couple of startups are building reforestation drones.
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Definition of reforestation for English Language Learners
: the act of planting tree seeds or young trees in an area where there used to be a forest
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