The business of planting high-value trees to harvest precious timber is an opportunity for investors; it's not a conservation story in itself. There is no time like today to invest in trees that will pay back significant revenue in the future. Demand for environmentally beneficial and certified products of certified origin is constantly increasing. Our forest restoration model, in addition to guaranteeing certified wood, improves water quality; recovers soil health; provides high nutritional value foods and forest products amongst the most varied and quoted; creates rural jobs; increases biodiversity; improves air quality; helps mitigate climate change. This is essential to sustain the human population. No species that is said to be intelligent destroys its own ecosystem. To survive as a species it is necessary to stop deforestation, and at the same time reforestation restoring highly biodiverse ecosystems.


According to the report of the World Resources Institute (WRI) and Nature Conservancy (TNC) companies in the technology, consumer products, project management and commercial forestry sectors are making money planting trees, with sales increasing up to 10 times a year.  This nascent economy is estimated to produce at least $9 trillion in annual economic activity. Not only does this sector have a responsibility to help solve one of the most serious problems that mankind is facing as climate change, but it is both a generator of economic prosperity. Degraded area restoration is increasingly supported by governments and institutions that promote good investment conditions. Signs of degradation can be found in all ecosystems around the world. Peru estimates 10 million degraded hectares suitable for reforestation.  By planting on the hectares that are deforested, only 10 million hectares could obtain $43 billion of annual exports that roughly equals what is Peru's external debt, which is $73.6 billion. It is a revenue emporium that could be generated. Planting on 1,000 hectares at 700 mahogany per hectare we could have 700,000 mahogany. After 25 years of growth, those mahogany must be in the making of no less than $10,000 each. In this business also works the future sale that exists with gold and other raw materials. From the third year of the wood can be georeferenced the tree, register in Public Records, and sell as any public good. Anyone who wants to get their investment faster can get out of that investment and pass it on to someone else who wants to wait longer. Our projects offer valuable benefits for businesses and communities

Wood trees are long-term crops. International timber prices have historically been constant and ever rising, due to the growing global demand and low supply of endangered species such as mahogany and cedar.

Peru is one of the countries that produces top quality mahogany and cedar, so its price on the international market has always remained on the rise.


In Peru, the plantations are registered in SERFOR of the Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation, which is the National Forestry and Wildlife Authority of Peru, and in the Superintendency of Public Records (SUNARP).

In addition, each tree has registered its respective GPS coordinate, in such a way that the investor knows and identifies on the land where it is located, what its trees are.

In Peru there is legal certainty for domestic and foreign investors, with clear and defined rules. Investment contracts are registered with SUNARP for compliance with the parties.

Lorente Reforest SRL takes care of the entire process that requires the plantings of the timber trees. The stage that requires the greatest care, both cedar and mahogany, are from germination until the plants reach 10 meters in height or turn two years of life, during which time they could be attacked by pests of pruning ants or the "Hypsipyla grandella."

After reaching that size or reaching those years of life, the trees require minimal maintenance and are unlikely to die from the attack of those same pests.

Despite this, Lorente Reforest SRL will be responsible for replenishing some diseased trees, as a larger planting than scheduled has always been planned, in order to address these possible contingencies.


Loreto is one of the most privileged regions of the Peruvian Amazon in the world. Its climate, height and soil, allow cedar and mahogany plantations to grow without any problem.

The lands are located above 100 meters above sea level. Rains that fall most of the year provide natural water to plantations.

Each investor who acquires forest plantations of cedar, mahogany or other similar species, also participates in the social responsibility actions that are carried out on behalf of the Lorethana population.

One of them is the free monthly provision of fruits to popular canteens, schools and village rooms, since in the plantations papayas, bananas, beans, tomatoes, etc. are also planted in the plantations.

It should be noted that one of the species that effectively combats anaemia and chromic malnutrition of children, is the puspo bean, a species of Peruvian jungle rich in iron and proteins, which has demonstrated its nutritious goodness in this part of Peru.

All workers engaged in forestry plantations belong to the human settlements and villages of the town, with which, investors are contributing to create jobs for this population, mostly young people of both sexes.