Our reforestation projects

Thanks to you and our partners, Treebal contributes to several reforestation projects around the world.

We can see a mangrove

Merci project - Planète Urgence

See Since 2020 Java Island, Indonesia

In collaboration with the local association ALABAMA, the Merci project aims to restore the mangrove in the Ujung National Park, Kulon and its surroundings while contributing to the protection of the habitat of the last Javanese rhinos and strengthening the resilience of local communities. 250,000 trees planted, 48 households, 550 students and 500 community members directly benefited.

The scene takes place in a mangrove, wee see the face and shoulders of a local Indonesian inhabitant who is holding a tree.

Mahakam project - Planète Urgence

See Since 2013 Borneo Island, Indonesia

In collaboration with the local associations BIOMA & YML, the Mahakam project aims to restore mangrove areas in the Mahakam Delta, support sustainable economic sectors (related to fishing and aquaculture) and raise awareness of mangrove protection, climate change and biodiversity. 1,242,344 trees planted, 4,005 direct beneficiaries, 15,426 indirect beneficiaries.

A man is holding a young sprout in his hand. We can see a plantation of plants on the ground.

Tapia Project - Planète Urgence

See Since 2010 Itasy region, Madagascar

The Tapia project aims to reduce human pressure on the Tapia tree forest while taking into account the community’s need of woods. It also ensures additional income through the reforestation of various tree species and the development of sustainable production of wild silkworms and honey. 3,000,000 trees planted, 15,000 direct beneficiaries.

We can see a mangrove

Camerr project - Planète Urgence

See Since 2020 Mouanko-Bolondo area, Cameroon

In collaboration with the local association Cameroon Wildlife Conservation Society (CWCS), the Camerr project supports the restoration and sustainable management of mangroves, the protection of biodiversity and the strengthening of local resilience in Mouanko-Bolondo (estuary of Cameroon). 40,000 trees planted, 50 direct beneficiaries, 300 indirect beneficiaries.

A local inhabitant holds a fruit in his hand

Fare project - Planète Urgence

See Since 2019 3 national parks in the North region, Cameroon

In collaboration with the local association CERAF-Nord, the Fare project aims to increase the resilience of ecosystems strongly impacted by increasing human pressure, and to strengthen the ability of local residents to adapt to the effects of climate change by reforesting cashew trees (cashew nut tree). 40,000 trees planted, 1,600 direct beneficiaries, 5,000 indirect beneficiaries.

French forest with tall trees

Faouët Forest - EcoTree

See Since 2017 Brittany, France

EcoTree works for the planting and renewal of French forests by implementing sustainable management methods and a "close to nature" silviculture. This makes it possible to reconcile quality forest production with the preservation of forest ecosystems and biodiversity. The Faouët forest, located in Morbihan, hosts Chestnut, Oak, Douglas-fir and Spruce trees, over an area of 15 hectares.

Meadow with trees

Trinité forest - EcoTree

See Since 2021 Brittany, France

The Trinity Langonnet forest is located between several important ecological zones and therefore fits into these preserved areas. This 90 hectares of forest is itself partly Natura 2000 certified. The project consists of reforesting old agricultural land and wetlands. These are mainly sessile and pedunculate oaks which will be planted in the winter of 2022-2023 and led to irregular stands.

Local residents of Kibira grow seedlings in an outdoor greenhouse

Burundi project - Jane Goodall Institute

See Since 2017 Burundi, Kibira national Park

The Jane Goodall Institute project in Burundi aims to protect and restore the Kibira Forest, a key national park facing deforestation. The objective is to be able to take care of the 300 chimpanzees that live there, as well as the local wildlife, by involving the local populations (authorities, villagers, etc.), and to educate the youngest with the “Roots & Shoots” program.