Día Mundial del Medio Ambiente: Una gira del proyecto de plantación de árboles en el bosque de Cerro Tecana

Cerro Tecana es un bosque caducifolio que forma parte de un corredor biológico de cerros que rodea la ciudad de Santa Ana, en El Salvador. Desde hace muchos años, se ve afectado por los incendios forestales y la degradación causada por las actividades agrícolas y la urbanización. Para combatir este escenario, se fundó la organización Un Pulmón Más, formada por un grupo de jóvenes de Santa Ana que han trabajado en educación ambiental, recorridos ecológicos, limpiezas y campañas de reforestación.

En este vídeo se mencionan las actividades que estamos llevando a cabo como parte del proyecto de reforestación de árboles “Suma Un Bosque”, que comenzó en abril de 2022. Todo esto es posible gracias a la financiación, formación y el apoyo de mentores proporcionados por Global Landscape Forum y Youth In Landscape Initiative, gracias al programa Restoration Stewards.

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  • Gabriela, Greetings from NYC. I was recently made a ware of your projects with Un Pulmon Mas in El Salvador I am pleased to hear of your work on las systems agroforestales y reforestation. It is a subject that I had pursued earlier in my graduate studies although had to change to Urban Forestry (Forestales Urbano) in later years for my career. I would love to hear more about your work.

    Carsten W Glaeser PhD
    Queens NY
    glaeserhort@yahoo.com

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