Agroforestry: a pathway to restore Brazil’s Atlantic Forest
Published in the journal Restoration Ecology recently, the study compared ‘ecological outcomes’ – including aboveground biomass, canopy cover, tree species
27 July 2020Project NewsBrazil, wildlife corridors
Rain starts play
It's the start of the rainy season in Amhara, Ethiopia - which means that planting is starting. In this video Aklilu, WeForest's Country Director in
9 July 2020Project News, WeForest VideoEthiopia AmharaBrabantia
Matt Blair rustymokoro
My Experience in the Miombo Forests
  "Earlier this year before the dreaded lock-downs began, and international travel restrictions took our freedom away, I travelled up to Zambia to
15 June 2020Project NewsZambia Katanino
Covid_extra measures in Zambia
Keeping safe at WeForest during Covid19 pandemic
As our mission to ‘Make Earth Cooler’ through restoring forests continues, we are working to ensure our staff and colleagues remain safe and healthy. Now
27 April 2020Featured, Project News
Ecosystem services payment opportunities to harness village development programs in Desa’a
WeForest held a one day stakeholders consultation workshop in Atsbi wonberta district on April 25, 2019 on possible ecosystem services payments opportunities
10 March 2020Featured, Project NewsEthiopia Desa'a
Sheep Rearing to Build Resilient Household Economy
Sheep are an important source of livelihood for rural people in Tigray. Their ability to quickly multiply, their resilience and that they are easily
10 March 2020Featured, Project NewsEthiopia Desa'a
Managing Honeybees as a means to boost household income
People already living in poverty, are facing even more difficulties as the forests that they rely on for their survival are being destroyed. It is therefore
10 March 2020Featured, Project NewsEthiopia Desa'a
Tanzania before After
Did you think we could transform entire landscapes in just 10 years ?
In the village of Kinesi in Tanzania, distributing trees makes a real difference for the community as well as for the environment.  The above picture
7 October 2019Featured, Project NewsTanzania
1Year Old Pyrus pashia
Trees in the spotlight
The Pyrus pashia or the Wild Himalayan pear is native to southern Asia. The tree can grow up to 10 meters high and the wild variant generally lives for about
17 September 2019Featured, Project NewsIndia Khasi Hills
Malawi fires
The fires in south-central Africa
(Picture above) Fire on Mount Mulanje, close to one of our project restoration plots which was not affected by it thanks to the firebreaks that were
5 September 2019Featured, Project NewsMalawi Mulanje
Desaa Blog_Olive Juniperus
Trees in the spotlight
The evergreen African Wild Olive grows in the Afromontane forests in Sudan, Somalia, Eastern tropical Africa and South Africa. She prefers the drier highland
26 June 2019Featured, Project NewsEthiopia Seret
Dragon tree
A dragon of a tree
Desa’a forest located in the West Rift Valley of Northern Ethiopia is a habitat for several ecological, social and economical important plant species; such as
11 June 2019Featured, Project NewsEthiopia Desa'a