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ree faw ruh stay shuhn

  • n  the restoration (replanting) of a forest that had been reduced by fire or cutting

  • While some firms, like PC maker Dell, are still willing to sponsor major reforestation initiatives, others aren't taking chances.
  • Some said that reforestation was more needed than the Army's levees, that reservoirs should have been built to control the floods at their source, on the headwaters of tributaries .
  • Two years later, Suharto transferred another $102 million of reforestation funds to a pulp and paper company owned by one of his associates.
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  • Pine trees planted in fire-stricken Bastrop
    BASTROP COUNTY, Texas -- Volunteers came together to help reforest the lost pines region of Bastrop. More than 34,000 acres of the lost pines area were destroyed in 2011 when wildfires burned through Bastrop. The Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center has asked volunteers to plant loblolly pine trees as part of the Bastrop County Community Reforestation Program. Volunteers are still needed to sow ...
    June 10, 2013 - KVUE-TV Austin

  • Alexander Downer in The Australian
    We (will) ensure that there aren't just cash payments made to government but the focus is on projects in relation to forestry management and reforestation,Mr Downer said.
  • Prakash Karat in Indian Express
    Aside from the national and local government units, we should also involve nongovernment organizations (NGOs), schools, colleges and universities, private landowners and juridical persons, and indigenous peoples in the national reforestation... Jose de Venecia,_Jr.&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNGmbBEkqI3_Rp6mAbdXpPO5HTNDvw Pacific News Center Dec 19, 2007 81764 109634 reforge The causes of such alienation lie in the political sphere and also in the organisational shortcomings and weaknesses of the party. The steps that are being taken to overcome the shortcomings and reforge the links with the people are, therefore, to...

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