Many trees in Haiti have been chopped down for a quick cash crop, leaving the land barren and prone to soil erosion. Haiti needs trees to help stabilize the soil, reforest the land, and provide food. CAM starts many kinds of trees in our small nursery at La Source, Haiti. Once ready to transplant, the trees are passed on to needy families with teaching on how to care for them. Little by little, the trees help reforest Haiti.
Beautiful greenery is slowly replacing some of the brown, barren hillsides of Haiti. The trees that they chopped down years ago for a quick cash crop of charcoal had left the Haiti’s landscape barren and prone to soil erosion. Now, small trees from CAM’s nursery in La...read more
How many trees are in your backyard? While we hardly think about the maples or oaks towering in our yards, many people in Haiti wish for more trees to reforest their desperately barren land. Without them, precious soil nutrients wash away and farmers struggle to raise...read more
Many of the trees that once covered Haiti’s beautiful landscape have been cut down, and erosion has become a serious problem. At the CAM nursery in La Source, Haiti, workers produce thousands of trees every year which are then planted in the surrounding countryside....read more