The Kahuzi-Biega National Park is one of the Democratic Republic of the Congo’s five world heritage sites and harbors the Eastern Lowland Gorilla. One of the most crucial problems of the park is the management of a buffer zone where communities in the vicinities can access natural resources in a controlled manner, to guarantee their participation in the effort of conservation. The high altitude zone of the Kahuzi-Biega National Park is surrounded by a high population density, and all forests surrounding this part of the park have been converted to agriculture and ranching. A strong pressure is now exerted on the park’s forests. In order to target a high erosion rate and avoid the deforestation of the park’s forests, this expression of interest proposes to reforest areas surrounding the park.