Mangrove Restoration

The roots of the sea

Mangroves are one of the most biologically complex ecosystems on earth. They play a very important role in mankind’s well-being and on the health of our planet.

If you’ve traveled in the tropics or subtropical regions, you surely have noticed the peculiar group of trees growing along the shores, estuaries, or rivers. Those are called mangroves. Mangroves are trees and shrubs that grow on low-oxygen soil and salty conditions. They thrive even when they are flooded twice daily by ocean tides.

Mangroves are one of the most productive and highly valuable ecosystems. They provide innumerable benefits to humans and other living organisms. They’re also important to the environment itself. These salt-tolerant trees buffer against the ocean-borne storms and hurricanes. They stabilize the coastlines by reducing the impact of wind, waves, storm surges, and currents.

In recent years, mangrove forests are harvested for wood chip, pulp, charcoal production and coastal land parcel. That’s why they now become one of the world’s most threatened tropical ecosystems. In fact, the decline in its number and quality is already at an alarming rate. Verified reports show that over 35% of the world’s mangroves have disappeared. The figure is even higher at 50% in the Asian countries like the Philippines and Vietnam. While in the India, mangroves are being cleared at a faster rate than the tropical rainforests.

Having all these, Vrindvan Landscape is working continously to improve the quality of Coastal Mangroves Bed. We have raised the awareness amongst people about the need to protect mangrove forests. Many of big industries in coastal areas are coming forward to raise the awareness of mangroves' importance for our ecosystem. Vrindavan Landscape providing all support, maintenance for such type of projects.

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