L’OCCITANE Ireland and the L’OCCITANE Foundation are working with the hometree association by supporting a project to restore Irish woodlands. This reforestation program will allow the planting of more than 1.200 trees of 3 different native varieties. These have been specially selected to regenerate biodiversity.
On top of that, two beehive will be install in order to educate adults and children about the importance of the bee and its role as a pollinator.
The installation of seed tunnels in nurseries, which are rare in Ireland, completes this project, making it possible to produce 150,000 young trees for planting. Encouraging the planting of native trees is illustrated as a way of restoring the wild habitat of insects and wildlife.