Process of assisting the recovery of a forest ecosystem that was degraded, damaged or destroyed. SER, 2004 SER, 2004

We regenerate the upper canopy of the jungle through restoration techniques adapted to the local situation with a triple purpose

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Recover the structure and functionality of the original native forest.

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Sequestering carbon from the atmosphere

C.

Generate direct and indirect local work

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Trees planted and growing

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Hectares restored

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Native species planted

*Última actualización 03-2020

How we work?

Under a scientific approach, but revaluing local ancestral knowledge, and in alliance with local institutions, we restore the native ecosystem based on the following methodology:

Once the trees acquire a certain size, the microclimate is generated that allows the rest of the species to colonize all the strata. Vegetable species of the undergrowth appear, lianas, animals, fungi, lichens, and the trophic framework that unites the entire ecosystem develops again. The forest recovers its healthy aspect, in other words, its structure and function, as well as being a producer of ecosystem services again. We invite companies to join our work and help us plant more trees

Currently we plant emblematic species of the tucumanian yungas:

Cedro rosado ( Cedrela spp )

Tarco ( Jacaranda mimosifolia )

Cebil ( Anadenanthera colubrina )

Tipa ( Tipuana tipu )

Lapacho ( Handroanthus impetiginosus )

Pacará (Enterolobium contortisiliquum)