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I sponsor a fern

The undergrowth of Polynesian forests is normally made up of native and endemic ferns and shrubs. These species have now been replaced by several invasive species (miconia, ardisia, night jasmine, mother fern). After removing and controlling these invasive species, we restore the undergrowth by densifying it with native ferns.


By adopting one or more ferns,

you can help us restore the balance of the forest understory.

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While sponsoring a fern, you will participate to :

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Fighting against invasive species

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Preserving Polynesian heritage

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Restoring the balance of the forest's lower stratum

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