The Mediterranean Green Pack
- Planting trees where they are needed most
- Protecting young trees born alone from fallen seeds.
- Building shelters and water points for animals
- Opening areas and paths without vegetation to prevent fires and slow their spread
- Creating barriers and vegetation cover to fight soil erosion and prevent landslides
- Other works for a healthy forest with its biodiversity
Each Mediterranean Green Pack includes planting or protecting a tree and contributes to the other conservation works, according to the needs of each forest. Forests are restored by area, usually by hectare—10,000 m2, an area slightly larger than a soccer field. Restoration work and cost can vary depending on forest degradation, accessibility, soil characteristics, water requirements and the status of biodiversity.