Project
SeaTrees Mangrove Reforestation at Mida Creek
Kenya, Mida Creek started 2021 Active
Summary
This project restores 100 hectares of degraded mangrove forest within the Malindi Watamu National Marine Park and Reserve - a UNESCO Designated Biosphere Area. In partnership with local nonprofit Community Based Environmental Conservation (“COBEC”), approximately 1 million mangrove trees will be planted in the Mida Creek Region. SeaTrees is funding the development of nurseries, planting of four local mangrove species, education, monitoring, and long-term protection of the Mida Creek wetlands.
Contact
Brett Giddings brett@sustainablesurf.org