Project Records

Yucatán Reforestation Project

In 2015, we started the reforestation project near the village of Constitución on Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula. From 2015 to 2020, we planted six million trees with your donations.

To give you a feel for our work, here are the daily work reports of our planters, the delivery notes that accompany the seedlings from the nursery to our planting areas, our staff, some of whom have been with us since the first tree, our buildings and machinery and an overview of further costs. I will be happy to answer your questions! We thank you for your trust.

Yours,
Dr. Raúl Negrete Cetina
President Plant-for-the-Planet A.C., Mexico
[email protected]


The Yucatan Peninsula has an extended dry season in the first half of the year and a rainy season in the second half. During the dry season we prepare the land and maintain the trees that have already been planted. During the rainy season, we then concentrate on planting trees, though of course some maintenance and preparatory work continues.
We usually work in two-week cycles; 10 working days and one long weekend. This gives everyone the opportunity to visit their family, even if our colleague lives further away.

Each cube represents one day.

Planting day

Preparation or care of planted trees

Free, only emergency staffing

Daily report untraceable

COVID-19 shutdown

Click on any day to see the daily report (in Spanish).

We planted the first tree on 8 March 2015 and 6,332,664 trees by the end of 2020, but it was only from 1 Jan 2016 that we started recording our work in this type of report.

The annual reports of the non-profit organisation Plant-for-the-Planet A.C. (Plant-for-the-Planet Mexico) can be found at the bottom of the footer under "Annual Reports". There you will later also find the auditor's certificates.