Where the earth meets the sea resides a botanical wonder. The ‘true mangroves’ – Rhizophora – stand as nature’s resilient guardians along the world’s tropical coastlines, weaving a living tapestry through estuaries and bays.
It’s no good restoring a forest if the surrounding communities still need to use it for firewood or to produce charcoal unsustainably, which is an essential household necessity or source of income for many of the communities we work with.
If your customers pay a subscription for your goods or services, a partnership with WeForest can offer a chance for both of you to make valuable contributions to forest restoration projects.
How often do you get the chance to escape into nature? Studies have shown it can have positive effects on mental wellbeing – but who has the time these days?
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No fewer than 25 different species of medium or large land mammals have been spotted by camera traps in sites we’re restoring with IPÊ in Pontal, Brazil.
This clip and thousands more hours of forest sounds have been collected in our Pontal restoration areas, as well as in neighbouring forests and farmland, as part of our collaboration with Rainforest Connection.
This overhead photo, taken at the beginning of this year, clearly shows the results of our different experimental approaches in Tietê Forests.
This graphic says it all. The yellow line shows the boundary of Elpidio and Dagmar’s farm, which has a large fragment of forest still remaining.
Engaging your employees with your partnership with WeForest doesn’t always mean getting Tim from accounts into the field with a shovel.