Go Green: Six Senses Works to Reforest Thailand

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Six Senses Resorts & Spas are giving green. We hear the company has partnered with the PATT Foundation to plant over 200,000 trees a year in the Chiang Mai region of Thailand.

The project will produce an approximate 160,000 tons of carbon dioxide annually by replanting 200 acres of forest every 12 months. The plan follows the Framework Species Method of Forest Restoration. Translation: Birds and mammals will be attracted to the plots and will bring with them the seeds of other forest trees, which will result in the widest possible biodiversity.

Twenty to 30 different species of trees will be planted.

For more information visit www.sixsenses.com.

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