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12 trees planted in Amazon Rainforest by Druid Alchemy on 23rd May 2019 Note: Purchased to offset start up purchases.
12 trees planted in Ethiopia by Druid Alchemy on 15th Jul 2019 Note: Purchased to offset start up purchases.
12 trees planted in Australia by Druid Alchemy on 2nd Aug 2019 Note: Purchased to offset start up purchases.
40 trees planted in Australia by Druid Alchemy on 8th Nov 2019 Note: Planted to offset start up purchases
40 trees planted in India by Druid Alchemy on 8th Nov 2019 Note: Planted to offset start up purchases
102 trees planted in Australia by Druid Alchemy on 27th Dec 2019 Note: Purchased to offset set up costs.
3 trees planted in Australia by anonymous customer on 8th May 2020
6 trees planted in Amazon Rainforest by anonymous customer on 19th May 2020
1 trees planted in by anonymous customer on 26th May 2020
12 trees planted in Ghana by on 30th May 2020
1 trees planted in by anonymous customer on 1st Jun 2020
1 trees planted in Guatemala by on 3rd Jun 2020
1 trees planted in by Stacey on 8th Jul 2020
10 trees planted in Ethiopia by on 12th Jul 2020
2 trees planted in Amazon Rainforest by anonymous customer on 24th Jul 2020
6 trees planted in Amazon Rainforest by Alexis on 15th Aug 2020
7 trees planted in Rwanda by andre_boucher on 22nd Aug 2020
1 trees planted in by anonymous customer on 7th Sep 2020
3 trees planted in by anonymous customer on 7th Sep 2020
5 trees planted in Amazon Rainforest by Alexis on 20th Sep 2020
2 trees planted in Australia by anonymous customer on 21st Sep 2020
2 trees planted in Australia by Karen on 26th Sep 2020
1 trees planted in Amazon Rainforest by anonymous customer on 30th Sep 2020
1 trees planted in Rwanda by Ren on 1st Oct 2020
5 trees planted in Amazon Rainforest by andre_boucher on 3rd Oct 2020
2 trees planted in Australia by Madeleine on 9th Oct 2020
5 trees planted in Brazil by anonymous customer on 10th Oct 2020
2 trees planted in Australia by anonymous customer on 10th Oct 2020
4 trees planted in by anonymous customer on 16th Oct 2020
1 trees planted in Australia by Tim on 20th Oct 2020
3 trees planted in by anonymous customer on 22nd Oct 2020
We are passionate about protecting and preserving our environment. To do this, where possible, we purchase organic and sustainably sourced products. But we also understand that a lot of energy goes into transporting the goods to us, and then packaging and sending them to you. Unfortunately not all of this can be achieved without some negative effects on the environment. In order to offset these effects, we take between 3% & 8% of all sales and put them into Tree Planting Programs.
We currently support the One Tree Planted project which has tree planting projects around the world, and will plant a tree for 1 US dollar. Depending on our profit margins, between 3% & 8% of all our sales will be spent on planting trees. This means that, yes we could sell our products cheaper to you, but we are passionate about Trees, and feel this is a worthwhile cause. We hope you agree.
On our checkout page you will be given the choice of where you would like to plant your trees from these regions and countries:
One Tree Planted has planted trees in more than a dozen US states and across three Canadian provinces. Our projects restore forests in the wake of major wildfires like those in Paradise, California; repair damage caused by industry and resource extraction; and even support the endangered Southern Resident Orca of the Pacific Northwest. Learn more about our projects and help support reforestation in the United States and Canada.
One Tree Planted is a non-profit environmental charity on a mission of global reforestation. Together with our tree planting partners, we plant trees in many regions across Canada, including British Columbia, Quebec and Ontario.
Choose one of the regions above to support reforestation and learn more about our tree planting projects.
British Columbia is characterized by abundant forests, rugged Pacific coastline, mountains, plateaus, and pristine lakes and rivers. Forests cover two-thirds of the province – an area of almost 60 million hectares. However, visitors will have noticed a marked difference in B.C.’s trees in recent years. Insect pests and diseases have decimated enormous areas of forest. These dead trees become fuel for wildfires, and in summer 2017 B.C. experienced its worst wildfire in history, with over 1.2 million hectares burned.
The majority of forest coverage in Québec comes from the Boreal forest - the world’s largest intact forest ecosystem - making Québec forests some of the most ecologically rich ecosystems on the planet. They are home to more than 225 species of bird, 50 species of tree, and 60 mammal species including moose, black bear, fox, and caribou.
Given its remarkably large land area, Ontario's forests are incredibly diverse. From the northern lowlands around Hudson Bay, through the Boreal forest, and on to the deciduous forests in the south, Ontario is home to a wide array of unique plant and wildlife. However, many of Ontario's amazing forests are being pressured by natural resource extraction and encroaching agricultural development. On top of this, in April 2019 the Ontario government cut funding for its tree planting program, which intended on planting 50 million trees by 2025.
One Tree Planted is a non-profit environmental charity on a mission of global reforestation. Through our partnerships with the U.S. Forest Service, U.S. State Forest and Conservation District, we are able to plant trees in many regions across the United States, including California, Colorado, Florida and Oregon.
Choose one of the regions above to learn more about our tree planting projects and help to support reforestation.
California\'s forests provide innumerable benefits, including clean water and air, recreation, timber, habitat, and beautiful scenery. Healthy forests also play an important role in addressing climate change. Five years of drought and a large-scale bark beetle infestation have seriously damaged California’s forests. 2017’s record-breaking wildfire season burned more than 1.3 million acres – an area the size of Delaware. Now, a record 129 million trees need to be restored in California.
Colorado has 24.4 million acres of forests which provide huge social, economic and ecological benefits. Forests support a sustainable wood products industry, diverse wildlife, fresh water, and ample recreation opportunities. But these precious forests face serious threats, including insect infestations, long-term drought, and forest fires. Unhealthy forests set the stage for exceptionally large, devastating wildfires that significantly increase risks of dangerous flooding, extreme erosion, degraded water quality and reduced water storage capacity.
Deforestation isn't just happening in well-known global hotspots like Indonesia and Brazil's rainforest. A new analysis says forests are also shrinking on state and private land in Oregon, where an estimated 522,000 acres of forest cover have disappeared since 2000. That's an area six times larger than the city of Portland, equal to more than half of Oregon's designated state forests.
Florida is home to 37 state forests, covering over 1,070,000 acres. Healthy forests provide citizens with sustainable wood production, fresh air, wildlife habitat, clean water, enjoyable outdoor recreation and quality of life. Yet in recent years, unhealthy forests have been major contributors to Florida's disastrous wildfires and unprecedented outbreaks of southern pine beetles. The region is frequently hit by strong storms and hurricanes, contributing severe, long-term damage to forest resources.
Appalachia is one of America's most beautiful and renowned regions. Stretching from the state of New York, all the way down to Alabama and Georgia, Appalachia is not only home to the namesake Appalachian Trail, but also the Ozarks and Blue Ridge Mountains. More than 150 tree species can be found in the region, making it one of the most diverse ecological regions in North America. Unfortunately, the resource wealth of the region also means much of the forest has been degraded by mining and timber operations. Over the years, an estimated 83% of habitat has been lost. However, with an ever-growing tourism industry environmentally conscious organizations and businesses are stepping up to return the region to its former glory.
One Tree Planted's projects in Latin America are rebuilding forests and restoring land so the benefits of healthy tropical forests can be felt around the world. Our partners work with communities impacted by deforestation so they benefit from improved forest management practices and agricultural techniques like agroforestry. This also ensures the trees and land are taken care of for generations to come, and the forests can continue to thrive. Learn more about our projects and help support reforestation in Brazil, the Amazon Rainforest, Haiti, Guatemala, and the Andes.
Latin America - Amazon Rainforest (43 Trees Planted)
More than 60% of Peru is covered by the Amazon rainforest. This reforestation project is located in the Madre de Dios region, home to over 10 percent of the world's bird species. The goal is to restore and protect the "buffer zone" between Tambopata National Reserve, Bahuaja-Sonene National Park, and the city of Puerto Maldonado. This area has been identified as a high risk zone for deforestation and degradation due to unsustainable agricultural practices in the region. Planting trees here will help conserve habitat for the Jaguar and hundreds of other species living in the protected areas, while providing sustainable livelihoods to local people.
The Atlantic Forest, also known as Mata Atlantica, once covered 130 million hectares across Brazil. Now, this tropical rainforest ecosystem is home to more than half of the country’s population. Centuries of deforestation for timber, sugar cane, coffee, cattle ranching, and urban sprawl have reduced the size of the forest by over 90%. Although the water supply for Brazil’s two most populous cities (Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo) comes from this forest, there is a lack of public policies and resources to protect it.
Reforestation is a major challenge for Haiti. Centuries of over-farming and poor agricultural methods have destroyed the region’s soil. Erosion makes it very difficult to grow food, and dramatically increases the impact of natural disasters. Planting trees here will help restore nutrients to the soil and teach local farmers how to use the land responsibly and profitably.
Guatemala has one of the most extensive and diverse forest systems in Central America. Its name is said to mean "land of the trees" in the Mayan-Toltec language. Sadly, the country is losing these precious forests at a rapid rate. Because of its topography, Guatemala is susceptible to landslides, floods and other natural disasters. However, the biggest driver of deforestation has been population growth and economic disparity. With more than one million hectares of land that could be harnessed for reforestation, this project aims to bring back the healthy forests that have characterized the country since ancient times.
The Andes Mountains of South America used to have abundant forest coverage, but a growing population and increasing agricultural production have caused significant deforestation. The forests of the Andes are critical for the Indigenous populations who rely on them for food, water, and jobs. But their impact goes far beyond the communities living nearby; the Andes' watersheds drain into the Amazon basin, supplying water to innumerable communities and cities downstream.
One Tree Planted's projects across Asia are helping rebuild the habitat of critically endangered species like orangutans, tigers, and more than 1,700 species of birds. These projects are creating jobs and providing sustainable, long-term income for communities so people and forests can live together in harmony. Learn more about our projects and help support reforestation in Indonesia, India, Vietnam, and Australia.
Indonesia is home to magnificent rainforests, carbon-rich peatlands, and diverse wildlife like orangutans, proboscis monkeys, Sun bears and over 1,700 species of birds. This project focuses on the Kalimantan region in Borneo, home to the Tanjung Puting National Park. In 2015, rampant fires burnt and destroyed more than 30,000 hectares of its forest. We work to restore areas affected by these fires, as well as those threatened by the palm oil industry and illegal mining operations.
Forests play a vital role in India, where about 275 million people depend directly on forest resources. They provide material for industry, food, timber, and fuel. Small and medium-sized farms rely on fruit trees to provide income and food security to their families and communities. In May 2019, Cyclone Fani made landfall in the state of Odisha on India's eastern coast. As one of the most devastating cyclones in India's history, Fani uprooted at least hundreds of thousands of trees, possibly as many as 10 million.
Vietnam’s tropical forests support rich biodiversity and a precious, sensitive ecosystem. 25 million people depend on forest products for subsistence. Over-exploitation of the land has endangered many native species of plants and animals, and increased the impact of natural disasters. Planting trees here will help conserve threatened species, regulate climate, provide economic stability for local villagers, and protect watershed areas that serve the community on a daily basis.
Australia is home to a huge variety of unique plants and animals, with over 80% of native species not found anywhere else. The southern island of Tasmania is one of the last places that many of Australia’s threatened native species can thrive. However, centuries of farming in the Tasmanian midlands have depleted habitats and reduced biodiversity. With fewer places to find shelter and food, some of Australia’s endangered endemic species – including the iconic Tasmanian Devil – are at further risk. Planting trees with this project will protect Tasmania’s biodiversity while stimulating tourism, creating jobs and revitalizing local farming.
Over the last century, the Philippines has suffered a staggering amount of deforestation, from some 70% forest coverage down to just 20% today, largely due to illegal logging activities. The impacts of deforestation has been felt throughout the country, causing food shortages, poor water quality, landslides, and the endangering of wildlife habitat. Since the 1990s the Philippines has promoted reforestation efforts to push back against this loss of forest coverage, replanting over 1,000,000 hectares of forest. This project supports those efforts on the island of Mindanao in the protected landscape of Mt. Matutum.
One Tree Planted's focus in Africa is on rebuilding animal habitat, restoring soil and critical watersheds, all while improving the lives of the communities who rely on the forests the most. Our planting partners promote agroforestry and educate farmers on the benefits of improved forestry practices, providing communities with sustainable sources of food, wood, and income. Learn more about our projects and help support reforestation in Ghana, Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda and Tanzania.
Kenya’s Kijabe Forest is a highland mosaic ‘Afro-alpine’ forest that was once dominated by trees, such as the East African pencil-cedar and African olive. Roughly one-third of the original high-canopy forest still stands and provides important habitat for biodiversity. The forest is only about 5,000 hectares, but a community of almost 200,000 people depend on it for water, wood, and agriculture. Increasing pressure for land poses significant threats to the region, leading to the over-extraction of resources and illegal timber harvesting. Planting trees here will help protect this vital ecosystem, promote environmental education, and foster sustainable livelihoods through seed collection and ecotourism.
This tree planting project links environmental restoration with income generation, providing the local community with the knowledge and tools to conserve their land, protect their water supply, and create a sustainable, diverse economy for future generations. It focuses on the Loka Bedelcha Kebele in Southern Ethiopia, and the Amhara region in the North. Both are areas where environmental degradation is threatening livelihoods and biodiversity. These regions face challenges like dry and unpredictable climates, poor soil fertility, ineffective land management practices, and lenient resource regulations.
Ghana is known for its diverse animal life, miles of sandy beaches along a picturesque coast, and beautiful forests covering more than 21% of the country. Since the early 1990s, Ghana has lost more than 30% of its forests – approximately 2.5 million hectares. With a remarkable 80% of Ghanaians depending on forests for their livelihoods, deforestation has a major impact on communities. To reverse this trend, Ghana's government is focused on improving land management, planting trees, and protecting forests. This project is also a part of the AFR100, an initiative to restore more than 100 million hectares of land across Africa by 2030.
Rwanda’s forests support a wealth of biodiversity and natural resources. The Gishwati-Mukura forests of Rwanda once spanned 253,000 hectares, covering the land with over 60 species of trees and providing habitat to chimpanzees. Due to illegal mining and the resettlement of households after the genocide in 1994, overgrazing and tree cutting reduced the forests to a mere 3,558 ha. Smallholder farmers feel the impacts of that degradation and understand the importance of landscape restoration for water, energy and food security. This project will help a women’s cooperative, led by local farmer Agnes Uwifashije, to revive land in Mukura.
You will also be given the option for you name to be shown on this page, or whether you would prefer to remain anonymous. You will be emailed with updates on the trees that are planted in your name, and you will be able to view the details on your account page.
We would like to thank everyone for supporting us in this project.