Jornada de reforestación junto a la comunidad

El día 16 de octubre la Reserva Natural Monte Alegre vivió una jornada muy esperada por todos: se realizó la primera reforestación del año. Habiendo trabajado arduamente durante los meses previos en el control de especies exóticas invasoras, diversas zonas quedaron preparadas para ser replantadas. Los plantines utilizados en esta ocasión fueron germinados y cuidados en el vivero de la reserva hasta esta fecha y, además, se produjeron a partir de semillas que fueron recolectadas en el bosque. El clima de alegría y emoción se vivió a cada momento entre el equipo, la familia y los 20 voluntarios, quienes viajaron desde diversas ciudades aledañas para aportar sus manos en esta hermosa tarea. En total fueron plantados 120 arbolitos pertenecientes a las especies Tala (Celtis tala), Espinillo (Acacia caven), Chañar (Geoffroea decorticans) y Algarrobo (Prosopis alba).

El bosque ya está recibiendo a sus “plantas hijas”, un paso crucial para propiciar su propia restauración.

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The Restoration Stewards program provides funding, mentorship and training to deepen the impact of youth-led restoration projects. The year-long program is run by the Youth in Landscapes Initiative (YIL) and the Global Landscapes Forum (GLF) under the banner of Generation Restoration to support and highlight the work of eight young restoration practitioners and their teams in 2023.

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