The farmers take care of the trees and the trees take care of them.
You protect and revitalize land. You prevent flooding, erosion, and landslides.
You capture carbon and other greenhouse gases.
You restore biodiversity, bringing beneficial animals and insects back to the land.
You promote sustainable farming practices that embrace trees instead of clearing them.
You build healthy soil so that a variety of fruits and vegetables can grow to eat and sell.
You give families a supermarket in their own backyard.
You increase paydays and income of farmers who once lived in extreme poverty.
You give farmers the training they need to grow food in a sustainable way and be independent from aid.
You encourage children going to school, women's empowerment, and you stop climate migration.
You foster healthy, thriving communities whose people support each other and build the local economy.
You build resilience for the environment and families.
You change the planet and people’s lives for the better. Forever.
When you plant trees with farmers, you aren't just helping the planet and future generations, you're immediately impacting the lives of families in need.