Refugio Tinti joins the global restoration network Restor

Alexander Tinti | July 9, 2021

In April 2021 the Refugio Tinti became member of Restor, the world’s largest network for restoration projects.

Restor (www.restor.eco) was announced in October 2020 by Thomas Crowther from the Crowther Lab at ETH Zurich, a leading reserach university in Switzlerland. It serves as a hub for restoration, connecting people to scientific data, suply chains, funding and each other to increase the impact, scale and sustainability of restoration efforts.

We are contributing with our experience about swamp tree species in hot and swampy conditions as well as about our approach to soil restoration and reforestation.