Help EcoTree protect biodiversity: (choose amount)
At the heart of the Pézarches Forest, nature is dense and vigorous. Round a bend in a path you come across two ponds in the heart of this green setting. The importance of ponds is now widely recognized. Their disappearance is alarming because they represent a real biological resource at both local and national levels : These ponds are biodiversity reserves where life is abundant.
The objective is to redevelop two forest ponds (cleaning of the banks, brush clearing, vegetation intervention to avoid suffocation by limiting the proliferation of water lenses that prevent light from entering the water, etc.), and so maintain the local pond network in order to strengthen the connectivity of these fragile environments.
Provisional work schedule
Pézarches Forest (77 - Seine-et-Marne)
The Pézarches forest is located in the eponymous commune, in the department of Seine-et-Marne, about sixty kilometres from Paris.
It's in the valley of the Yerres, a territory attached to the Briarde region, that the Pézarches forest stands. Not far from the exceptional forest of Crécy, in this small place, where one can find a magnificent 12th century Saint Nicolas church, nature seems to have regained its rights. Astonishing biodiversity can be found in the middle of its marshes: there are many Oaks of very good quality, as well as an abundance of other trees - to the great delight of the animal species that have made their home there.
Open to the public