This is a shared site supervised by Eden Reforestation Projects.
Over the last century, many of the 200,000 native species of plants and animals have become endangered as a result.
We are planting along the Betsiboka, Madagascar’s longest river. Mangrove forests here have been subject to large-scale deforestation as a result of charcoal production, cooking and construction needs. Because local fishing communities rely heavily on dense mangrove systems, this project is important to restore the ecological balance.