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Please note that not all of the countries/treecodes we plant with are loaded to this section but we are working hard to add them.

Madagascar 0


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senegal 0


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haiti 0


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nepal 0


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cambodia 0


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canada 0


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United States 0


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land 0

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lbs of fruit have
been harvested

Locals benefit directly from the trees you plant by eating fruits grown in their own community. With your help we have helped to reduce hunger, boost the economy, and provide sustainable independence to our planters!

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m2 of soil has
been made fertile

Trees provide essential nutrients and minerals that get deposited into the soil. These nutrients help to revive the land and support other plantlife, which means desolate areas can become fruitful and thrive.

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lbs of sustainable
wood has been created

Wood is an important resource for fuel and shelter. We educate our planters on sustainable forestry practices, so that the forests that they work so hard to plant can remain protected and continue to get stronger for future generations.

air 0

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lbs of CO2 have
been absorbed

Trees use a process called photosynthesis to convert carbon dioxide into oxygen. With CO2 levels rising, trees are an integral weapon against climate change.

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m2 of land has been
protected from wind

Trees help protect the land (and people) from soil and wind erosion. During extreme weather, trees intercept wind and water and can create a shield that can help protect communities and wildlife.

the air has been
cooled by

0°F

Along with the shade that the crown of a tree provides, trees also cool the air by using a process called ‘transpiration cooling’. This happens when trees release water vapour into the air through their leaves. The humidity in the air then cools the surrounding area.

water 0

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gallons of rain have
been produced

Water is the life-blood of our planet. Rainfall is especially important because it converts saltwater into freshwater, and provides nourishment for plants and animals. Trees increase rainfall through evaporation from their leaves, and can maintain that weather on the interior of continents, far from the ocean.

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fish now thrive
in revived water

Fish habitats can be affected severely from deforestation. Soil erosion runs off into coastal waters, and the silt blocks the sunlight that coral reefs need to thrive. Trees help keep topsoil in its place, which means cleaner waters and healthier fish populations.

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m2 of land has been
protected from storms

Trees help protect the land (and people) from soil and wind erosion. During extreme weather, trees intercept wind and water and can create a shield that can help protect communities and wildlife.