School children, women’s associations, parents, teachers and community members take an active role in reforestation to restore the conservation corridor. We plant native trees to restore lemur habitat and provide sustainable income to local people who rely on the forest to meet basic needs such as food, water, shelter and medicines. Tree planting also creates clean air and water, connects isolated forest fragments, restores important corridors for animal movement, provides jobs, and builds economic engines that can sustain communities for future generations.
Since 2015 | Tree Planting Accomplishments
Local Schools Participating
Trees Planted by Children
Native Trees Planted to
Restore Lemur Habitat