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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reforestation

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

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 ...

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.fs.fed.us/forestmanagement/vegetation-management/reforestation/index.shtml

Reforestation, whether by planning for natural regeneration or tree planting, is at the core of our efforts to protect watersheds on National Forest System lands ...

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

Reforestation programs have been integral to the management of national forest resources since the Agency's inception. The Organic Administration Act of 1897 ...

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 ...

www.eartheclipse.com/environment/advantages-and-importance-of-reforestation.html

Reforestation is replanting of trees in a stretch of terrain which had for some reason lost its forest cover. Reforestation is a planned or deliberate movement to  ...

www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1433831915000463

Reforestation is an important tool for reducing or reversing biodiversity loss and mitigating climate change. However, there are many potential compromises ...