The Deforestation and substitution of wild trees generates erosion, loss of water sources and the vegetation layer that results in a shortage of human food and wildlife.

In the last 6 decades the response of the international community has been to support “reforestation”  Effort  programs, which consist of the exclusive planting of timber trees which are cut once they have commercial potential, without taking into account the delicate and fragile balance of the biodiversity of the ecosystem.

The problem of monocultures practis such as pine and other non-native trees is that they do not support the pollen cycle, therefore they do not produce fruit and their leaves generate a high content of resins that make the soil practically infertile.

In the same way, planting in monocultures causes a negative impact on flora, fauna and watersheds, these being three fundamental elements in the survival of forests, fauna and human beings.