OTHER WORDS FROM reforestre·for·est·a·tion, noun
How to use reforest in a sentence
If enough of them pop up, they could even help allow some farmland to be reforested.Europe’s Biggest Vertical Farm Will Be Powered by Wind and Planted by Robots|Vanessa Bates Ramirez|December 11, 2020|Singularity Hub
"We need to talk more about how to reforest these areas that burn in megafires," says forest ecologist Julia Burton of SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry.Severe wildfires in the West may already be altering the future of forests|Alison Snyder|September 10, 2020|Axios
The idea of financing avoided deforestation and reforestation has really moved forward.Why Obama Can't Wait on Climate|Matthew Dakotah|September 21, 2009|DAILY BEAST
If it is valuable only for timber raising, then the land should be turned over to the State for reforestation.
Reforestation is essential so that the National Forests can effectively discharge this function.
Since reforestation work was begun on the National Forests about 135,500 acres have been sowed or planted.
From these figures it is readily seen that the reforestation work on the National Forests is conducted on a large scale.
Experiments in reforestation are grouped under seed studies, nursery studies, and sowing and planting.