Vichada Reforestation Project

In the Vichada region of Colombia, the poor density of the savannah is due to decades of livestock farming practices. The objective of the project is to develop high-quality hardwood forests while stabilizing or restoring fragile and degraded areas. In addition to carbon sequestration through reforestation, the project provides social and environmental benefits to the area and local communities.
  • Forest Conservation
  • Tree Planting



The project combines afforestation and reforestation activities to produce wood, the preservation of the local biodiversity and the restoration of ecosystems. Forests provide natural habitat for native animals and plants, protect and enrich the soil, save and filter water, and help sequestrating carbon to reduce the greenhouse effect.

The Vichada reforestation project is certified by the Gold Standard and contributes to the SDG 11, 13 and 15.