Brava: Biflores works first in planning to ensure the longevity of the species – Director

Nova Sintra, Mar 16 (Inforpress) – The director of Biflores announced today that before the implementation of reforestation projects, the association is working on planning to ensure the longevity of the plants and decide the best place to fix the seedlings.

Dheeraj Jayant spoke to the press about the reforestation projects financed by the Fondation Frankilinia, which aim to protect three endemic species of Brava, namely, dragon, marmulano and date palm, and the project financed by the Critical Ecosystems Partnership Fund, which aims to increase knowledge about endemic plants in Ribeira de Fajã d´Água.

According to the same source, Biflores is an association for the conservation of biodiversity and the objective is to understand Brava’s biodiversity, but also to deal with the main threats that are free grazing and climate change.

In this sense, they are developing some projects in partnership with the Ministry of Agriculture and Environment, the Municipality of Brava, Fauna and Flora International and international funders, in order to achieve the intended results.



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