2,514,637 trees planted so far in Inner Mongolia
And 840,000 shrubs planted so far in Ningxia
Our first planting site, started in 2007 to combat the rapidly expanding desertification in Inner Mongolia. Our experts work with volunteers and local farmers to plant tree species tailored to the local soil conditions, such as hybrid poplar (Populus simonii) and the Mongolian Scots pine (Pinus sylvestnis var. mongolica Litv.) in order to reverse the degradation of the soil which causes devastating sand storms that harm local communities and their economies. Learn More
Started in 2015 at the Baijitan Nature Reserve, this planting site aims to prevent the expansion of the Maowusu Sandy Land which threatens both the regional environment and the local economy. We tailor our afforestation efforts specifically to the soil conditions at Lingwu, using shrubs such as the Littleleaf and Korshinsk Peashrubs, as well as the construction of massive straw grids, to prevent soil erosion and stop the continued desertification of land in the region. Learn More
刘苋 Xian Liu
Million Tree Project Director
Xian Liu has been a part of Shanghai Roots & Shoots since 2012, and joined the Million Tree Project in 2019. She is responsible for project operation and management.
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陈汉龙 Hanlong Chen
Million Tree Project Coordinator
Hanlong Chen studied at the Central South University of Forestry and Technology, and has been working with Shanghai Roots & Shoots since 2015. He is responsible for the project's local operations, data statistics and analysis, and recruitment of volunteers.
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王凯 Kai Wang
Million Tree Project Regional Manager
Kai Wang graduated from Shenyang Agricultural University, and has been a part of Shanghai Roots & Shoots since 2012. He is responsible for the project's local operations, evaluation and related volunteering activities.
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