verb-transitive: To convert (open land) into a forest by planting trees or their seeds.
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
A program to afforest denuded or severely eroded land has resulted in the planting of about one million trees in 70 areas subject to soil erosion.
The ambition of the Modern State Fellowship was to become the landlord of the planet and either to mine, afforest, pasture, and cultivate directly or to have these tasks performed by responsible tenants, or groups and associations of tenants under its general control.
She or he will also inform immediate neighbours (i.e. properties which physically abut the applicant's property) in writing of the intention to afforest.
Several types can be used to afforest sand dunes and saline wastelands.
But it is certain from Domesday and the Chronicle that William did afforest a considerable tract of land in Hampshire; he set it apart for the purposes of hunting; he fenced it in by special and cruel laws -- stopping indeed short of death -- for the protection of his pleasures, and in this process some men lost their lands, and were driven from their homes.