Two new forests to be planted in northern Italy

Thanks to the Parco Fluviale del Brenta Project, more than 9000 trees are being planted in Tezze sul Brenta and Cartigliano, in the Veneto region.

Tree planting
Photo: Etra

From this autumn, Tezze sul Brenta and Cartigliano (in the Veneto region, Italy) will see the growth of two new young forests. More than 9000 trees will be planted to improve some parts of the already existing green areas. The initiative is being carried out as part of the Parco Fiume Brenta project through the LIFE Brenta 2030 project co-financed by the European Commission and by the two municipalities, with the support of Etra and Etifor.

Photo: Etra.

The initiative was launched on November 19, when the first trees were planted. The day was an opportunity to celebrate nature and remember the deep connection between plants and water, just a few days before the Italian National Tree Day on 21 November.

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