The project is located in the Vichada Department and the Orinoco river basin, combining reforestation for timber production with biodiversity protection and ecosystem restoration.
In addition to the reforestation of the savannah, the project protects the remaining patches of native vegetation and creates additional conservation areas on the banks of rivers and other watersheds. The forests offer a natural habitat for native animals and plants, protect and enrich the soil, save and filter water and contribute to the mitigation of the greenhouse effect.
For the project developers, regional employment is a special priority, including capacity building and technology transfers.
over 80,000 ha reforested
Creating and protecting habitats of over 30 endangered species from the IUCN Red List
With this project,
Reforestadora La Paz (Forest Finance)