Planta!
preserving the pillars of life on Earth

In 2019, Planta! provided conservation education to 4.525 people, training to 332 conservation practitioners and ran conservation projects that benefited directly the populations of 43 threatened plant species; a total of 35.738 seedlings of threatened species were planted.
Conservation assessment and recovery planning of Ekmanianthe longiflora (Royal Oak)
Project
Conservation assessment and recovery of Harpalyce macrocarpa – an endemic tree from Central Cuba
Project
Conservation status assessment and recovery of Rhodogeron coronopifolius
Project
Conservation of threatened mountain species
Project
Conservation of Phyllanthus subcarnosus in Cuba
Project
The Red list of Cuban trees
Project
Planta!’s Capacity Building program: supporting the conservation of threatened trees.
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Royal Oak seeds

by Duniel Barrios
Like every winter, a team of Planta! climbs two Western Cuba hills to collect the Royal Oak seeds, a treasure hard to find but always reassuring.

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The Red List project in times of Covid-19

by Sergio Hernández Rodríguez
Not even when the world seems to be forced to stop, the team of Planta! quits working. These are times of teleworking, and our team knows it. Protecting the singular Cuban flora must go through the pandemic.

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An evergreen forest, rain, and love

by Majela Hernández Rodríguez
Three species of trees allow us to come back to our beloved Topes de Collantes. They are exclusive Cuban species with reduced populations in the past but now recovering with our help.

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