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Deforestation in Cuba.
Centuries prior to the ruling of the Castro government, in the 16th century
precisely, 90 percent of Cuba was covered with forests. Agriculture Ministry officials in
Cuba revealed that the Castro government, in the last for decades, had sown 1.24
million acres of trees, of which were mainly derived from the mountainous zones of the
Sierra Maestra, Escambray, and Sierra de los Organos. This reduced Cuba's forest
cover to 53 percent and by 1960 it was down by 13.5 percent. Ultimately, mining,
farming, sugar planting, supplying timber and setting up cattle ranches, demolished
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