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Madagascar

Tree Types Planted: Mangrove, Moringa, Palms, Acacia

Madagascar is tentree’s largest project. With over 15 million trees planted so far, we are working to restore both the coastal Mangrove population as well as the in-land tree species. By doing this, we are providing hundreds of jobs, thousands of hours of employment, and restoring countless habitats for wildlife. In addition to employment, we are committed to providing education to the local communities in order to ensure that these problems don’t arise again.

How trees impact this country:
  • Erosion control
  • Employment
  • Food Source
  • Air Cooling
  • Timber
  • Habitat

senegal

Tree Types Planted: Acacia, Blackthorn, Purging Nut, Jelly Bean Tree, Lead Tree, Common Guava, Acacia, Kharroub, Mango, Annonaceae, Indian Jujube, Moringa, Citrus

Senegal is a country full of a rich variety of trees that cover all aspects of life. From producing biomass with the Lead tree, to oil extraction from the Moringa, and food sources from Blackthorn, Guava, Acacia, and Annonaceae, it only goes to show how trees can benefit all livelihoods if we just take care to protect their population.

How trees impact this country:
  • Erosion Control
  • Habitat
  • Fire Wood
  • Biomass
  • Food Sources

haiti

Tree Types Planted: Pine, Eucalyptus, Oak, Avocado, Oranges

The trees we're planting in Haiti don't just provide environmental and economic benefits, but social benefits too. Locals often find themselves in conflict with the neighboring country of the Dominican Republic. Our nurseries bring people from both countries together. By continuing to plant in this area, we help break down and remedy social conflicts between the two peoples, building the promise for a peaceful and sustainable future.

How trees impact this country:
  • Timber
  • Fire Wood
  • Erosion Control
  • Political Stability

nepal

Tree Types Planted: Acacia, Persian Silk, Kapok, Teak, Silky Oak

Soil stabilization is our highest priority in Nepal, as landslides after the 2015 earthquake made the toll of the quake so much worse. Earthquakes will happen again in the region, so we aim to reforest as much of the populated areas as possible before the next one hits. Trees also provide an uplifting economic effect, to help reduce poverty in one of the world's poorest countries.

How trees impact this country:
  • Erosion control
  • Soil Restoration
  • Employment
  • Carbon Sequestration
  • Timber
  • Fire Wood

cambodia

Tree Types Planted: Kro Nhoung, Beng, Kor Ki, Mai Sak, Raing Phnom, Chres

In Cambodia, our trees provide hardwood for housing and flooring, carbon offsetting, natural medicines and cultural impact, food sources, and environmental benefits. The species include the Kro Nhoung, Beng, Kor Ki, Mai Sak, Raing Phnom, and Chres trees.

How trees impact this country:
  • Clean air
  • Clean Water
  • Climate Change
  • Food
  • Timber
  • Agriculture
  • Ecosystem Protection

indonesia

Tree Type Planted: Mangroves

tentree works with Eden Reforestation Projects in Indonesia to empower local communities by employing the local people plant native trees such as mangrove trees. Not only do these planting projects provide consistent income, they’re a reliable source of food and nutrition to families in need. We also grow tropical hardwood species to rejuvenate and restore the land’s forests.

How trees impact this country:
  • Clean air
  • Clean Water
  • Food
  • Sustainable Living

canada

Tree Types Planted: Red Pine, Poplar

In Canada, we plant Red Pine, and Poplars. Both of which aid in carbon sequestration and soil restoration while also providing timber resources to help the national economy. Pines and poplars are also a huge factor in animal habitat, contributing a large component to the stability of ecosystems.

How trees impact this country:
  • Erosion control
  • Carbon Sequestration
  • Employment
  • Soil Restoration
  • Timber
  • Fire Wood

United States

Tree Types Planted: Huajillo, Devil's Claw, Torchwood, La Coma, Berlandier's wolfberry, Snake-eyes, Ébano

We aim to reconnect forest segments by reclaiming agricultural land in order to support the habitat of one of the most biologically diverse areas in all of North America. Our planting sites are home to birds, plants, insects, and endangered animals, all of which rely on the trees we plant. These trees include the Huajillo, Devil’s Claw, Torchwood, La Coma, Snake Eyes, Berlandier’s Wolfberry, as well as the Fabaceae.

How trees impact this country:
  • Erosion Control
  • Animal Habitat
  • Agriculture
  • Timber
  • Food Sources
  • Habitat

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the global impact of tree planting

soil
fertilization

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

creation of
sustainable wood

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.

absorption of
CO2

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

protection
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.

habitat
preservation

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.

storm
protection

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.

Our planting partners

Eden Reforestation

Eden Projects help nations facing the dire impacts of deforestation, endangered plants and animals, and displaced wildlife by employing local communities to reforest their surrounding land. Since its beginnings, Eden has planted more than 200 million trees in Madagascar alone while providing sustainable income and food sources to impoverished communities.

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Trees for the Future

Trees For The Future has worked with communities around the world integrating tree-planting into their agricultural production, uplifting farmers and their families beyond the poverty line. Through tree-planting, communities are restored to self-sufficiency bringing the land back to health.

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Plant with Purpose

Plant With Purpose’s programs equip farming families around the world including Haiti to increase farm yields, heal damaged ecosystems, improve nutrition, and increase household savings and opportunities. They promote reforestation in devastated lands to lift communities from rural poverty, and save the local land from devastation.

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Luc Forsyth

tentree has worked with Luc Forsyth in Cambodia where Forsyth has seen firsthand the deforestation rate (roughly 75% of the country) affecting the nation. Through his initiatives, we’ve rallied efforts from local schools, volunteers, monks, and nurseries to plant a variety of endangered trees native to the land.

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American Forests

With more than a century of tree-planting experience, American Forests protects and restores native forests throughout the United States. We work with them to plant trees that offsets the impacts of climate change, keep our waterways healthy and safe, ensure the protection of local wildlife, while providing employment and build stronger communities in our urban environment.

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