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re·for·est
[ree-fawr-ist, -for-]
VERB (USED WITH OBJECT)
1.
to replant trees on (land denuded by cutting or fire).
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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reforestation

Reforestation is the natural or intentional restocking of existing forests and woodlands that have been depleted, usually through deforestation. Reforestation can ...

www.fs.fed.us/restoration/reforestation/overview.shtml

www.plantabillion.org/locations/united-states

Help protect these sources of fresh water for people and nature. Learn More About Our U.S. Reforestation Projects. Spruce-Knob-vista-at-Seneca-Rocks-in- West ...

www.earthday.org/campaigns/reforestation

One great way to support this campaign is through donating to the Canopy Project. One dollar, one tree. Just click here. With the 50th anniversary of Earth Day ...

www.arkive.org/reforestation

Learn about reforestation. Fact file includes photos, videos, a case study of the Atlantic forest and the chance to become a Team Wild superhero by planting ...

thinkprogress.org/planting-trees-climate-change-solution-3e5b6979561f

Aug 31, 2016 ... Reforestation — the concept of planting trees to try and recreate missing forests, or strengthen existing ones—was even included as a major ...

www.ucsusa.org/publications/ask/2012/reforestation.html

I rarely hear about reforestation as a means to confront climate change. Does it offer too little hope for making a dent in the problem? Or might a large-scale ...

carbonfund.org/forestry

Reforestation and forest preservation carbon offset projects are part of the global warming solution. Forest-based carbon offset projects fight climate change by ...