Paraguay plants 200,000 new trees to boost its forests

In Paraguay, a community of 150 families joined organizations to promote the “Forest, Community and Life” project. The plan consists of recovering the native forests of eastern Paraguay through the planting of native species and implementing new and better agricultural practices to ensure a better management of resources.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - If we ever look at the history of how life began on Earth, we will probably find forests at some point. Thanks to the plant life that is created in them, animals are present, as well as insects and other types of beings.

Before our eyes they may only be extraordinary landscapes or places that provide calm, but in their roots lies the key to what we now recognize as life.

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From an ancient worldview . . .

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