The Miele Forest Projects
Miele Canada supports forest carbon capture in two essential ways: new tree planting and the preservation of existing old growth forests. New trees take years to develop their carbon-absorbing powers, while mature forests are already doing the job. Both play an important role in our fight against rising CO2 levels and provide homes for a diversity of plants and animals. The Miele Forest projects seek to slow forest losses due to logging and development, as well as restore degraded lands with original native species trees.
Native Woodland Restoration Project – Saskatchewan
Restoring abandoned farmlands to original Boreal forest.
Great Bear Forest Carbon Project – Haida Gwaii
Protecting mature coastal rainforest from the threat of logging and development.