The Smallholder Farmers Alliance plants one million trees a year in Haiti. We have put together a photo essay that tells the inspiring story of how 2,000 small-scale farmers and their families go about planting these trees. Through images, we show how they grow the trees in nurseries and then transplant the seedlings onto their own and community land. The trees are used for food, timber, soil stabilization, fodder and fuel.
"Planting Trees in Haiti With the Smallholder Farmers Alliance" can be downloaded as a 33-page, 7 MB file by clicking on the image above.