New trees for the rain forest

Since 2011 Orang-Utans in Not e.V. has been financially supporting the reforestation of damaged areas in the Lamandau River Wildlife Reserve in Central Kalimantan Province, Borneo. The former logging area comprises 76,040 hectares of protected peat swamp forest and is now home to relocated and released orangutans, the latter mostly coming from the Orang Utan Care Center & Quarantine facility in Pasir Panjang.

The Lamandau reforestation project is coordinated by the Orangutan Foundation UK. For several years, the project has been financially supported by Wilhelma Stuttgart via our organization.

Aerial view of the Lamandau River Wildlife Reserve.

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In addition to the reforestation of degraded area, planting of local fruit trees within the reserve is also being undertaken to increase food quantity and diversity for orangutans and other species; this is termed “enrichment planting”.

Two employees preparing seedlings for planting in the tree nursery.
Helpers unloading tree seedlings from a boat.
Tree seedlings in the tree nursery
Ein Orang-Utan sitzt in einer Baumkrone und schaut durch das dichte Blätterdach hindurch in die Kamera.

Bäume für Orang-Utans nach verheerenden Waldbränden

Unterstützen Sie die Wiederaufforstung im Lamandau River Wildlife Reservat auf Borneo.

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