The Brazil Iron Plan for the Recovery of Degraded Areas (PRAD) has surpassed the milestone of two thousand planted seedlings since its implementation. Nearly R$100,000 has been invested in restoring regions that currently lack vegetation and maintaining the preservation of natural resources.

With the acquisition of inputs and substrates to assist in the production of native seedlings from the company’s nursery and reforestation efforts, the mining company has been carrying out plantations near the Mocó Mine. All species involved in this reforestation process are carefully selected to achieve ecological succession, conservation, and genetic biodiversity in the area.