One Tree

Let's Plant A Forest Together!

Now you get to be a part of making a difference in our environment. For every item you purchase, we will plant one tree!

Together we can make a positive impact on our planet and help the reforestation movement.

Where Do We Plant?

We currently plant trees in the following regions:

The United States

The number of dead trees in California’s forests dramatically increased in just one year. The latest survey from the United States Forest Service revealed that an additional 26 million trees have succumbed to drought, a devastating bark beetle infestation, and hotter temperatures in 2015. That brings the number of trees that have died in the Sierra Nevada to 66 million since 2010.

Kenya

Africa is the world's largest consumer of wood, with demand expected to double over the next 20 years. Unfortunately, many natural forests have already been cut down, and plantations are unable to meet demand due to limited land, high costs, and risks. This leads to wood imports from other parts of the world, creating skyrocketing costs, poverty, greater carbon emissions from transport, and environmentally unsustainable practices. 
The impact of donating to Kenya goes beyond the normal benefits of trees. Aside from cooling the area, providing a habitat for local wildlife and filtering water, trees that are carefully planted can help prevent the devastating forest fires that the region suffers from. We help provide farmers with a comprehensive suite of products and services to earn income by growing trees.

Peruvian Amazon

The Peruvian Amazon is the area of the Amazon Rainforest included within the country of Peru, from east of the Andes to the borders with Ecuador, Colombia, Brazil, and Bolivia. This region comprises 60% of the country land is marked by a large degree of biodiversity. Peru has the second-largest portion of the Amazon rainforest after the Brazilian Amazon.
A UNESCO World Heritage site and one of the most important areas of biodiversity globally, the Manu Biosphere Reserve is home to part of the last intact forest in Peru. Its multiple fragile ecosystems (the Andean Purma, Cloud Forest & Lowland rainforest) are home not only to an amazing array of fauna and flora but also to indigenous people and an ever increasing community of immigrant settlers who are struggling to live sustainably and in harmony. With deforestation and unsustainable exploitation of the natural resources (such as gold mining, illegal logging, slash and burn agriculture and cattle ranching) on the increase, Manu faces a complex and daily struggle to survive not just today but for future generations to benefit from. 

Indonesia

The impacts of Indonesia’s deforestation crisis reach far and beyond just those that live in its forests. With a whopping 85% of the nation’s greenhouse gas emissions being directly caused by forest destruction and degradation, Indonesia has become the third largest emitter of those same gases behind China and the US. As a result, the country’s poorest suffer from some of the worst health standards in the world.

Each tree planted in Indonesia is vital for the local population. Those trees are more necessary than ever to absorb the carbon that its palm oil and pulp industries are pumping out. Furthermore, those trees create homes for the plethora of animals that exist in its rainforests, which have recently been named the third most biologically diverse biomes in the world. However, the clock is ticking as Indonesia’s largest rainforest, the Sumatran rainforest has been given 20 years left to survive by leading scientists.

India

 About 21.2% of the country's landmass is covered by forests. The Rainforests of India are getting depleted at a rather alarming rate. This destruction of the forests has been exceptionally rapid during the last 50 years. The main reasons why these forests are being destroyed is increasing human population, negligence, and ignorance on part of the state authorities and the communities that reside within the forest areas and poorly controlled logging over the years. These can prove extremely hazardous to the future of mankind and need to be addressed at the earliest.


Plant your tree today with the purchase of any item here!