Recent Examples of reforestation from the Web
The funds will go to restoring wetlands and streams, reforestation, and potentially adding public recreational areas after the cleanup.
So the city undertook a program of reforestation of the park’s 604 acres, planting more than 100,000 trees over the course of six years.
Funds from the Forecastle Foundation are given to the company's own foundation, which focuses on reforestation in South American countries where yerba mate is grown.
The fields have long been here, but most of the trees are new, planted over the past 18 years as part of the largest reforestation effort in the world.
This involves people putting their values into action through financing of for-profit companies involved in social causes, from reforestation to prisoner rehabilitation – while also accepting smaller returns than other investments.
There are myriad theories about why ticks are expanding their ranges, including reforestation and growth in the deer and rodent populations, which are common hosts.
Reforestation and increased deer populations are contributing to the expanding tick distribution, Eisen said.
You’ll also be encouraged to plant a tree as part of the lodge’s reforestation project, which spans 64 acres.
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: the act of planting tree seeds or young trees in an area where there used to be a forest
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