Natural forest regrowth in Southwest Europe

SPONFOREST project results captured in a new video revealing the potential of spantaneous forest establishment.

Photo: BiodivERsA
Photo: BiodivERsA

A new BiodivERsA video illustrates the results of the SPONFOREST project. The project unravelled the potential of spontaneous forest regrowth in abandoned farmland in Southwest Europe for improving ecosystem functions and services in dynamic landscapes.

This video is part of a series of short clips showcasing how BiodivERsA-funded projects excel in their scientific research, and how their findings can support evidence-based decisions and help stakeholders reach their socio-environmental and political objectives.

The SPONFOREST project ~ Unraveling the potential of spontaneous forest establishment

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EFIMED is the Mediterranean Facility of the European Forest Institute. Based in Barcelona, Spain, it was launched in 2007.