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Re-visiting our new restoration site in Brazil

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After intensive months spent planting and restoring 270 hectares of forest, our team in Brazil, IPÊ, have just been back to visit the site and see the progress.

During the visit they checked on the survival of the seedlings and took aerial drone photographs so that in the future we can compare the restored forest with the original.

“The planting was done at the right time, taking advantage of the rainy season, which is just beginning. The seedlings are taking advantage of this natural irrigation and developing very well,” explains Nivaldo Campos, coordinator of the agroforestry nurseries in Pontal.

We are super excited to see that the seedlings are looking healthy and growing well and look forward to watching them flourish into a dense, biodiverse forest.

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