Help Make Israel's Forests Green Again

By KKL-JNF
December 7, 2016 14:25
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Help Make Israel's Forests Green Again. (photo credit: KKL-JNF)

 
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In November 2016, an unprecedented wave of fires swept across Israel. Over 2,750 acres of forests and natural woodlands went up in flames. 
The process of forest rehabilitation is long and costly, and KKL-JNF's firefighting equipment needs to be upgraded.

This is why we need each and everyone's contribution. 

 

The rehabilitation process will include removing safety hazards, preventing erosion, and remove burnt materials. Our guiding  guiding principle is to rely on natural regeneration processes, helped by interface activities focused on directing these processes.

Rehabilitation activities will be different in each forest, depending its unique characteristics, needs, and the purpose that it serves. 

 

Yes, I want to help restore Israel's burnt forests



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