Image by Kayla Gibson



Why Haiti?

Years of ecological devastation in Haiti has led to significant crop failure, flooding, soil erosion and water table depletion.


Only 2% of Haiti's original forests exist today.

59% of the population currently live in poverty.


The destructive impact environmental systems, like tropical storms, is exacerbated due to the lack of protection that native forests and mangrove systems provide.

Mangrove Species

Avicinia marina 

Rhizophora mucronata 

Ceriops tagal 

Bruguiera gymnoohiza 

Agroforestry Species


Colubrina arborescens 

Cordia alliodora 

Catalpa longissima 

Simarouba glauca 

Swietenia mahagoni 

Roystonea borinquena 

Cedrela odorata

Lysiloma sabicu Benth. 

Cocos nucifera L.  

Mangifera indica L.

Citrus aurantifolia  

Citrus aurantium  

Citrus x paradisi Macfad 

Citrus maxima  

Citrus reticulata

Blanco Citrus sinensis 

Persea Americana 

Senna siamea  

Leucaena leucocephala 

Gliricidia sepium  

Moringa oleifera


Planting Regions in


Frozen Land
Coastal Planting

Mangrove reforestation and restoration  along the coastline Southern Haiti plays a key role in restoring and maintaining ocean health

Pine Trees

Agro community forests in Southeast Haiti support food security in poverty stricken areas.

Planting includes species of citrus, mango, papaya and moringa trees


Pictures from our Partner Planting Sites in Haiti

Eden Reforestation Projects