Indonesia Reforestation Project


Degraded mangrove forest measuring 506 hectares along the coast of Biak Island

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Situated in the Coral Triangle in Indonesia is West Papua, an area recognized as the global center of marine biodiversity and a global priority for conservation because of the broad range of species it supports, including at least 500 species of reef-building corals. Biak Island is one of Indonesia’s most impoverished areas, where subsistence farmers and fishers make up approximately 75% of the population. Eden began its reforestation program in Indonesia in late 2017.

The focus is on the restoration of mangroves and tropical forests and promoting food security by helping local people plant agroforestry trees.

Eden’s planting efforts have expanded rapidly as the leadership team mobilizes local leaders and engages planters to become part of the program.

Our site over Kenya

Mnurwar Planting Site

1° 6’39.37”S, 136°20’29.03”E

Mangroves acting as a barrier between waves and land, mitigating the disastrous effects of large waves.

Other projects we support around the world

Haiti Reforestation Project

An agroforestry systems that protect watersheds and improvefood security.

The project equips local farmers with the training, tools and trees needed to grow and care while increasing their farms’ production and diversity.

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Nepal Reforestation Project

Improving local livelihoods and restoring forests in areas of critical importance.

The planting sites are located around Community Forests from the mountainous Nawalpur District to the lowland alluvial plains in the Terai

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Have a positive impact

The costs for planting a tree with our partners is between $0.25 to $1 USD. So skipping lunch out on a Friday or that visit to the mall once a month could already help plant hundreds of trees annually