Restore resilient forests and monitor them accurately while generating long-term revenue.



NGOs, cooperatives, companies... : Reforest your land with an adapted and resilientnative forest. Generate long term income.
We finance your project and you benefit thanks to the restored ecosystems. Available or degraded, revalue your land ecologically and financially on the long term. Participate in the fight against climate change.



Using GPS coordinates of the terrain, MORFO analyzes the restoration potential of the proposed area.


Once the area has been established, we contract the lease of the land for the duration of the project, in a process of co-construction. The only condition is that the planted forests must be maintained.


MORFO technology can restore hundreds of hectares in just a few days. The species planted, always local or even endemic, are validated with you. We plant the most diverse forest possible, restoring the native forest and protecting the ecosystem.


MORFO provides regular monitoring throughout the project, using drone and satellite imagery of the terrain.

YOUR BENEFITS...Among many others

Valuation of your land with a recurring income.

A turnkey solution: after validation, MORFO takes care of everything throughout the duration of the project.

A growing forest, where you can enjoy the co-benefits (soil restoration, soil & water remediation, food, biodiversity) while preserving it.

Value creation in your region and major social impact (seeds, jobs, etc.).

Ecological reforestation guaranteed, beneficial for you and for the environment.

Our unique 

Forest engineering

In-depth knowledge of ecosystems. Catalog of seeds from your region. R&D on micro-organisms to re-enrich your soil.


Track the growth of your forests:

> Biomass
> Biodiversity
> Carbon capture
> Etc.

Drones & Satellites

> Safety.
> Accuracy.
> Visualization.
> High speed.
> Worldwide.


Teams of experts on the ground to ensure the smooth running of operations & to provide constant follow-up in the following years.


How does the MORFO reforestation solution work?

MORFO has developed a solution for large-scale ecological restoration of forest ecosystems. We restore areas, mainly concentrated in tropical and subtropical regions such as the Atlantic Forest and the African Equatorial Forest, that were previously forested and have been deforested, becoming unproductive.

Our company's MORFO solution is a multi-stage reforestation process:

1 > Analyses
First of all, data collection via drones and satellites is used to analyze the area to be reforested.

2 > Seed selection and collection‍
Suitable local or even endemic species are selected from an in-house catalog (i.e. previously studied and tested in the laboratory). They are then collected by local communities to best meet the needs of the ecosystem.

3 > Plantation‍
Our drones disperse seeds in capsules that contain all the biological and nutritive elements required for long-term reforestation. A single drone can treat up to 50 hectares per day, with each drone capable of planting 180 capsules per minute on steep, hard-to-reach terrain. This is 50 times faster than a traditional reforestation solution, and without the months of growth in the nursery.

4 > Forestry monitoring
The evolution of plantations is given special attention through monitoring of biomass, biodiversity and carbon stocks, using images taken by drones and satellites.

At what stages of a forest's growth does MORFO intervene?

Ecological succession describes how the forest ecosystem progressively moves from one stage to another, following disturbances, whether natural or due to human activity.

Of the 6 stages of forest growth, reforestation is often only used on three stages, with the aim of accelerating growth. At MORFO, for example, our interventions focus on the following three stages:

‍>The perennial herbaceous stage
Thanks to these fast-growing plants, soils begin to recover, insects and animals begin to reappear, and ecosystem reconstitution begins.

‍>The pioneer species stage
This stage is crucial in order to launch the forest base, since it plays the role of fixing it.

‍>The fast-growing tree species stage
Planting these species in order to accelerate vegetation cover, while playing on the density of ratios according to the forest's stage of development.

What happens after planting?

We pay particular attention to the growth of plantations, monitoring of biomass, biodiversity and carbon stocks. These analyses enable us to measure the evolution of plant growth and carbon capture. They also enable us to diagnose any problems or low success rates, so that they can be remedied, for example through future planting.

MORFO uses several tools to carry out accurate and regular monitoring: drone and satellite imagery, artificial intelligence and field analyses.

MORFO reforestation monitoring is regular and long-term. It extends over a period of 5 to 30 years. This period varies according to the complexity and scale of the restoration project, as well as the conservation and preservation objectives of the ecosystems.

How long do trees take to grow?

In subtropical forests, trees can generally grow faster than in other types of forest, due to favorable environmental conditions. Subtropical forests benefit from a warm, humid climate with relatively high temperatures throughout the year and abundant rainfall. These conditions enable trees to have a constant access to water and soil nutrients and enjoy a longer period of active growth.

Note that tree growth rates can vary considerably depending on various factors such as the type of tree species present, the age of the trees, soil characteristics and other environmental conditions specific to each region.

It is important to mention, however, that reforestation is not just about planting trees, but about recreating entire plant ecosystems. Promoting plant species diversity in our restoration projects is one of MORFO's priorities.

Does MORFO work with local players?

To date, over 300 people have worked directly or indirectly with MORFO on our projects in Brazil, Gabon, Ghana, Côte d'Ivoire, France and French Guiana. We are convinced that this close collaboration with local stakeholders is essential for the long-term success of our reforestation projects.

By working with local stakeholders, we are able to improve the quality of future reforestations by better understanding the characteristics of the area in question.Local communities are involved at different stages:

We set up a participatory process that begins with a public consultation phase to gather feedback and expectations from the local community. This feedback is then used to adapt the project, taking into account aspects such as the species to be planted, the planting method, the follow-up period for planting and exploitation, as well as the needs and expectations of local communities.

>Seed collection
We also work closely with local stakeholders to collect seeds, prepare the land and ensure the long-term follow-up of reforestation projects. We collaborate with local associations to provide valuable assistance in setting up projects, and in some cases, to help with planting in the traditional way.

>And also...
Soil analysis, nursery management, soil preparation, planting of seedlings, forest maintenance and supervision.

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