Context

The Mediterranean basin is a biodiversity "hotspot "2 on which priority action must be taken because its biodiversity is both rich and threatened. Indeed, the red list of Provence-Alpes-Côte-D'azur mentions many endangered species: more than 1/3 of breeding birds, 15 species of butterflies, 16% of dragonflies and 11% of flora3. Faced with this alarming situation, there is a citizen and institutional awareness, but concrete actions must be supported.

 

Supported Project 

The objective is to plant 600 trees on 200m2 in a rural area next to the "Butinerie". The selected species will be local, endangered and as soon as possible melliferous. Thanks to the Miyawaki method, the micro-forest will be up to 30 times denser than a classic tree plantation and 100 times richer in biodiversity, thus creating a stable and resilient ecosystem in a rapid way. The project will thus have an important ecological vocation but also an educational component.

Some Figures

Budget 4,500 euros

Goal 200 m2 surface regenerated