Are the Tree-Nation forests monoculture or polyculture (analog) forests?

Biodiversity is the key to success for reforestation projects.

Tree-Nation selects and supports reforestation projects according to very precise criteria and a very high level of requirement. In regard to this matter, we only support projects with a strong impact, both against climate change and at a local level.

We encourage and support many planting methodologies always with the same desire: to recreate a natural environment.

Biodiversity is the key to success for reforestation projects. Different habitats are needed for different species because each species is adapted to a particular set of environmental conditions. Species depend on each other for survival, and when one of them goes extinct, the species that depend on it can go extinct as well.

Our reforestation sites aim to reintroduce biodiversity (fauna and flora) while supporting local communities (economic and social impact).

This is why on each project, you will find many species to plant (up to more than 100 per project) in order to fulfill our mission.

For all of these reasons and many more, we ensure polyculture (the technical term is analog forest) for each project available on our platform.


In Tree-Nation, each project plants a large diversity of species and each species serves a purpose in the restored ecosystem.

Suggested links:

The difference between an Analog Forest and a Monoculture

How Tree-Nation selects a project

How to select a project and species