How to Grow a 100 year old Forest

Obviously, you can’t literally grow a century-old forest in just a decade, but by mimicking nature’s forest-building process, it’s possible to kickstart your own mini-forest.

When you do please make not to use GMO plants and native to your country plants.
http://www.treehugger.com/lawn-garden/grow-100-year-old-forest-your-backyard-just-10-years.html

Trees for the Future

This woman is watering seedlings in a tree nursery that’s part of one of our projects in Senegal. Training farmers to create nurseries and grow seedlings is a vital part of building a network of forest gardens. Our technicians travel between villages to work with farmers like the woman in the photo, often over roads that are almost impassible in the rainy seasons. But the results are worth it. Planting trees, changing lives: http://trees.org/

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