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Biodiversity Restoration Along the Tsurumi River

by TR Net Vetted since 2016 Site Visit Verified
Biodiversity Restoration Along the Tsurumi River

Summary

Green belt 1km along the left bank of the Tsurumi River, Tsunashima, Yokohma, Japan has been invaded by foreign plants causing pollen allergies, degrading the amenity of the otherwise popular area . We plan to restore the vegetation to the one composed of a native grass, Ogi that produces a safer and biodiversity rich area. To attain this we need financial support for three year's work of rearing Ogi displacing invading plants .This will benefit thousands of citizens and native biodiversity.

$30,000
total goal
$29,641
remaining
17
donors
0
monthly donors
2
years

Challenge

Without the restoration, the pollen allergy by the foreign plant community gets worse and other negative impact could be seen in the future.

Solution

By replacing the foreign plant community with the indigenous plant, it will solve the problems.

Long-Term Impact

By replacing the foreign plant community, the biodiversity is restored: more plant, more insects, more birds, and so on.

Resources

http:/​/​www.tr-net.gr.jp

Organization Information

TR Net

Location: Yokohama - Japan
Website:
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Project Leader:
kishi yuji
Yokohama, Japan
$359 raised of $30,000 goal
 
17 donations
$29,641 to go
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