Madagascar is a nation with over 200,000 species of plants and animals that don't exist anywhere else in the world.
Only 10% of Madagascar's original forests exist today.
75% of species found in Madagascar do not exist anywhere else on the planet.
Mangrove forests are essential ecosystems whose dense roots serve as an anchor for the soil and coastline, preventing erosion and creating a barrier between harsh ocean systems and land.
Planting Regions in Madagascar
Mangrove reforestation and restoration along the coastline in Northwest Madagascar provides stability against erosion and improves ocean and coral reef health.
Protected Natural Reserves
Dry Deciduous planting is done in Ankarafantsika National Park. These topical forests are the home to 8 species of endangered lemurs
Dry Deciduous projects in Northwest Madagascar reforest land devastated by slash and burn practices common in this area. These forests provide stability to the land and restore and expand vital animal habitat