Urban Forests started in 2016 and specializes in creating and monitoring micro-forests using the Miyawaki method 1. To date, we created more than 80 micro-forests in Belgium and France, totaling more than 120,000 trees. With over 6 years of experience, our team wanted to study the evolution of tiny forests in details. The results are published in this report.
We obtained precise data on the general health of the forest, growth rate, mortality rate, foliage density, ground cover on forest floor, soil biology, temperature and water infiltration rate.
Results are positive.
This unique report helps everyone to better understand the evolution of Miyawaki forests and their impact. The findings show the positive impact of Miyawaki forests for the well-being of local residents, for biodiversity and for adapting to climate change.