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Definition of Reafforest

Reafforest
Reafforest Re`af*for"est, v. t. To convert again into the forest, as a region of country.

Meaning of Reafforest from wikipedia

- Reforestation (occasionally, reafforestation) is the natural or intentional restocking of existing forests and woodlands (forestation) that have been...
- immediate concerns, but Tokugawa shoguns, Inca emperors, New Guinea highlanders, and 16th century German landowners adopted a long view and reafforested."...
- The Midland Reafforesting ****ociation (MRA) was an early environmental organisation concerned with facilitating the planting of trees (reforestation)...
- naturally in that land or portion, for the purpose of using it for reafforestation. As provided in explanation "non-forest purpose" means the breaking...
- naturally. In the first case, the process is called reforestation, or reafforestation while the second is called afforestation. Moomaw, William R.; Masino...
- project(s) "Cacaonica", which supports organic cocoa agriculture and reafforestation in Nicaragua, and "Ritter Solar", now the European market leader of...
- naturally in that land or portion, for the purpose of using it for reafforestation. Environment (Protection) Act 1986 National Forest Policy 1988 Foreign...
- within the Forest from 1612 until about 1670. It was the subject of a Reafforestation Act in 1667. Courts continued to be held at the Speech House, for example...
- silt. Close monitoring, weather forecasting, stopbanks, dams, and reafforestation programmes in hill country have ameliorated the worst effects. New...
- have also evolved. The long-term development plans also deal with the reafforestation of catchment area to reduce erosion movement and movement of silt and...