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Our Reforestation Projects

Working with our trusted tree-planting partner Eden Reforestation Projects, mangrove trees are being planted in areas previously destroyed by deforestation.

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Arial view of mangrove forest in Madagascar


Person planting mangrove saplings in water in Indonesia


Close up of young mangrove tree in Mozambique


Person planting mangrove roots in field in Kenya


People walking in young forest in Brazil


Person planting mangrove saplings in water in Haiti


Arial view of mangrove forest in Madagascar

Ecological benefits

✅  Absorption of carbon at 3-4 times the rate of rainforests

✅  Providing stability against coastal erosion and shield against tsunamis

✅  Providing nesting and breeding habitats for marine wildlife

✅  Improve water quality

Mangrove trees have been continually recognised as a key player in the fight against climate change and are 3 to 4 times more effective at absorbing carbon than terrestrial rainforests.

Mangroves have many other benefits to their surrounding ecosystems too. Their unique roots systems provide sanctuary to a wide variety of fish, they filter pollutants and impurities out of waterways and promote healthy fisheries.

Our tree planting partner also provide simple planting techniques and economic incentives

 to support local communities towards restoring their local environment and economy. 


Our tree planting partner have been awarded the Platinum Seal Of Transparency by GuideStar which is the highest level possible.

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Protected sites

Restoration sites are protected in perpetuity by working carefully with local governments to secure written agreements.

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Designated areas

Instead of creating 'new' forests, our tree planting partner only focus on areas previously devastated by deforestation

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Careful management

Local communities use a tree-planting system which can be easily implemented by people who don’t have many resources. 

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Ready to take your first steps?

Download the Treekly app and start turning your Footsteps into Forests.

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