Projects

From Senegal to Uganda via France, Spain and the United States, we’re taking practical steps to protect endangered plant species. How? By planting 10,000 desert date palms a year in Senegal to combat desertification, and by enabling schoolchildren in France and Madagascar to replant 3,000 trees near their homes to make them aware of their ability to do something for the planet. Interested? Find out more about our projects below.

Continents
Project type
Wild things on my Street: a public observatory of city plants
Wild things on my Street: a public observatory of city plants
France
Wild peonies, waking up seeds in deep sleep
Wild peonies
China
Protecting the Amazon forest with Kichwa farmers
Protecting the Amazon forest with Kichwa farmers
Equateur
Saving the sea marigold, an andangered flower
Saving the sea marigold, an andangered flower
Italy
Integration through (and for) horticulture
Integration through (and for) horticulture
Spain
Our action « Huerta de Montecarmelo », a shared garden for everyone to use, held by disabled people.
An olive tree for life: overcoming addiction through nature
An olive tree for life: overcoming addiction through nature
Italy