OVER 30,000 TREES PLANTED IN AUSTRALIA AND 20,000 PLANNED FOR 2020
WHAT WE DO
We grow and plant trees in Australia to protect, conserve, and regenerate forests. We grow over 150 species of native trees and plant in and around tropical and subtropical rainforests of Australia.
We prioritise vulnerable and endangered species, genetic diversity of the trees and ecological awareness of the planting sites for long-term survival of the trees, a strengthened forest ecosystem, and positive environmental and social benefits.
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WHY WE DO IT
Trees contribute to their environment by providing oxygen, improving air quality, climate amelioration, conserving water, preserving soil, and supporting wildlife. As the climate continues to change our forests are vulnerable which makes us vulnerable as we rely on them for clean air and to house biodiversity we cherish. It takes a community to build a forest, but it takes a forest to support a community.
WHERE WE WORK
We plant across in the tropical and subtropical regions of Australia primarily in the Byron Shire of NSW and in the Daintree rainforest of Far North Queensland. Our nursery and team are based in Mullumbimby, Northern NSW, Australia.
PROJECTS - Northern New South Wales
PROJECTS - Queensland
SCIENTIFIC PRODUCTIONS & MATERIALS
A key component of any conservation work is understanding the science behind our complex ecosystems and Earth.
ReForest Now produces a range of scientific materials.We collaborate with scientists in conservation genetics and environmental science to produce resources to further our understanding of working with endangered species, increasing genetic diversity, understanding bioprecipitation (How Forests Make it Rain).