Planting diverse, rapid-growing forests

Natural Urban Forest provides services for creating self-sustaining, native forests. We work with nature to plant diverse, rapid-growing forests.

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Our Process

The Miyawaki method used to create Urban Forests is based on the pioneering work of Japanese botanist and ecologist Professor Dr. Akira Miyawaki.

His 40 years of research has developed into the ‘Miyawaki method’ — an approach that prioritizes the natural development of forests using native species. Miyawaki forests can grow into mature, selfsustaining ecosystems in a short span of time. They act as an oasis for biodiversity, heal the environment in many direct ways and connect the local community to nature and the potential for natural healing we can rediscover again.

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A forest brings back harmony

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SOIL SURVEY

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SPECIES SURVEY

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SOIL ENGINEERING

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DENSE PLANTATION

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MAINTAIN FOREST

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SELF SUSTAINING FOREST

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CLIMAX FOREST EQUIVALENT TO 100-YEAR FOREST

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NATIVE FOREST CANOPY

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