Impact Plant Activity Tree Kits

Welcome to ForestNation Forest

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Local school students visit our nurseries every two weeks to learn about environmental conservation, botany, and horticulture; they put these lessons into practice by growing and planting trees that beautify their school, their homes, and their region.

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We’re planting in the Usambara region, which has experienced heavy deforestation in the past 15 years, ruining livelihoods of local people. We’re changing this trend by growing trees for the benefit of the community.

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Families are given seedlings to plant on their farms. When these trees mature, they provide a regular harvest which sustains their daily needs and also creates an additional source of income.

Typical village nursery that we fund. Since we began reforesting in Haiti, funding in certain areas comes and goes and people get used to having trees to plant and then suddenly they don’t. This has caused frustration but also self-reliance or a culture of tree planting across the region where many villages organize themselves to grow trees like in the picture above. It really only requires some shared tools, manual labor and 1 penny per bag. Once people see what they are missing when we leave, they make it happen on their own.

As part of our Green Schools program, fruit trees are planted in school backyards to provide a regular source of nutrition to the children.

In Haiti we are re-establishing a culture of tree planting with local communities and farmers. Making landowners self-sufficient through agroforestry and educating people about reforestation benefits.

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