Siembra 100 árboles nativos
Siembra 100 árboles nativos
Siembra 100 árboles nativos
Siembra 100 árboles nativos
Siembra 100 árboles nativos
Siembra 100 árboles nativos
Siembra 100 árboles nativos
Siembra 100 árboles nativos
Siembra 100 árboles nativos
Siembra 100 árboles nativos
Siembra 100 árboles nativos
Siembra 100 árboles nativos
Siembra 100 árboles nativos
Siembra 100 árboles nativos
Siembra 100 árboles nativos
Siembra 100 árboles nativos
Siembra 100 árboles nativos
Siembra 100 árboles nativos
Siembra 100 árboles nativos
Siembra 100 árboles nativos
Siembra 100 árboles nativos
Siembra 100 árboles nativos

Plant 100 native trees

Regular price $6.000.000,00

PLANT A RESTORATION AREA

Ecological restoration seeks to restore degraded ecosystems. In our case, livestock activities have transformed the natural landscapes of the region. The conversion of grassland cover to forest cover is achieved with planting and the passing of the years, but recovering the composition of the forest, that is, recovering the “identity” of the forest is complex.

Fast-growing species will be selected, that is, pioneer species, which in a short time will create a forest canopy, allowing slower-growing species that require shade in their early years to grow underneath. Trees that are attractive to birds and primates will be planted. Also, timber species from the region will be used to a lesser extent, which have populations decimated by selective logging. 

This mixture of species favors the succession of the forest, that is, the ecological and functional growth of the forest. Some of the species that will be used for restoration are: 

PIONEERING SPECIES: Ear pinion (Enterolobium cyclocarpum), Guamos (Inga spp.), Yarumos (Cecropia spp.), Chingalé (Jacaranda copaia), Guácimo (Luehea spp.)

INTERMEDIATE SPECIES: Papayote or bototo (Cochlospermum orinocense), Carates or Spearhead (Vismia spp.), Samán or campano (Samanea saman), Caimos or mediacaros (Pouteria spp.), Balso (Ochroma pyramidale), Ceiba tolua (Pachira quinata), Ceiba (Ciba pentandra) , Pacó (Cespedesia spathulata)

SLOW GROWING SPECIES: Guaimaros (brosimum spp.), Sapan (Clathrotropis brunnea), Nazareno or moradillo (Peltogyne purpurea), Soto or Sangretoro (Virola spp.), Cocos or monkey pots (Eschweilera spp., Couratari spp., Lecythis spp.), Abarco (Cariniana pyriformis), Marfil (Isidocariniana pyriformis), Marfil (Isidocariniana pyriformis), Marfil ), Snail (Anacardium excelsum), Algarrobo (Hymenea courbaril)

EVERY PLANTED TREE HAS TRAVELED THIS WAY

  1. The seed was collected within our forest by people from the community and with the support of our environmental resources technologist.
  2. Sus mother trees are marked, georeferenced, identified and measured for monthly monitoring in order to visit them in their next production season.
  3. Once they are collected they are taken to the nursery of Don Nando and Doña Rubi, they are in charge of germinating them and taking care of them until they are the ideal size to return to the forest. 
  4. Due to our geographical location and to make sure we give our trees all the necessary conditions for them to grow and survive, we only have to sow twice a year, in the months of April and October, when the soil is in optimal humidity conditions.

WHAT HAPPENS NEXT?

Once your trees are planted you will receive a certificate and all the information about the planting made with photos and other audiovisual elements.

YOU SHOULD CONSIDER

  1. The species for this planting are: Campano (Samaneasaman), Earmuff (Enterolobium cyclocarpum), Guayacan (Tabebuia rosea), guamo (Inga sp.), Juana Mestiza (Pterocarpus sp.). The characteristics of these species are suitable for restoration because they are fast growing and resistant to the difficult conditions of degraded soil.
  2. The price of each tree includes all the necessary care for it to survive for a period of three years, after this time it will have the ability to survive without help.
  3. Product exempt from VAT.