[ US /ɹiˈfɔɹəst/ ]
[ UK /ɹɪfˈɒɹɪst/ ]
  1. forest anew
    After the fire, they reforested the mountain
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How To Use reforest In A Sentence

  • By looking at how and why reforestation failed, we can better understand the motivations driving the foresters and lumbermen, and begin to understand their conceptions of the forest as a whole.
  • Plainfield's Shade Tree Commission is joining with the New Jersey Tree Foundation to 'reforest' Leland Avenue by planting fifty new trees this spring. Volunteers to plant trees Saturday
  • China aims to reforest 40 million hectares by 2020 -- the largest reforestation program in the world. Mark Tercek: China Offers Important Lessons on Greening the Economy
  • In the initial stages of reforesting the land, water had to be carried daily for the saplings from as far away as three kilometres.
  • The seed or any form of planting material (generally termed propagule) is a basic requirement in all development programs, i.e., agricultural crop production, agroforestry, plantation and reforestation projects. Chapter 6
  • We continued reforesting the hills around Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina.
  • The hearing gave us an opportunity to call attention to our concerns in recent years with the reforestation process.
  • In all its projects, livestock grants are integrated into sustainable-agriculture programs, including controlled grazing, organic fertilization, terracing, agroforestry and reforestation.
  • Good results were achieved in projects for reforesting formerly cultivated land and protecting natural forests.
  • It would reforest land around several streams, restore three damaged springs, and use alternative techniques to control erosion.
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