Our tree planting projects

Our tree planting projects

Climate change is harming our planet

Climate change is harming our planet, using sustainable running clothes will have a lasting positive impact on the environment. We’ve partnered with More:Trees, they work with local communities to restore healthy forests and reduce extreme poverty. 

Planting trees not only absorbs CO2 from the atmosphere but provides farms with work to support the local community and gives someone a skill to feed their family. Tree planting has other benefits such as water filtration, shelter, food sources, poverty alleviation and biodiversity.

We plant a tree for every product purchased, our aim is to neutralise any carbon footprint created by production and delivery of our products, but also have a positive impact on the environment. You will receive a certificate with details of your tree and the impact you have made.

Site name

Ankarafantskia National Park

Location

NW Madagascar

Established as a national park in 2002, Ankarafantskia plays a fundamental role in supporting Madagascan wildlife, inhabitants and culture. It’s home to around 820 different species of animals, including 130 different birds. It also provides a source of water for rice paddies, equips locals with resources for their daily basic needs, and is home to a number of spiritual sites important to the local Malagasy culture.

Unfortunately, Ankarafantskia has been a victim to deforestation, which has led to problematic climatic events including cyclones, droughts and floods. In turn, these have destroyed houses, ruined crops, decreased land fertility and endangered Madagascar’s much loved wildlife while causing poverty and hunger. By empowering local communities to plant trees in Ankaragantskia , we can help reduce poverty, aid conservation and improve the lives and wellbeing of locals and native species.

Reforestation

Tropical dry deciduous

Site size

135,00 Hectares

Primary economic activity

Farming

Why Ankarafantskia National Park needs our help

Unfortunately, Ankarafantskia has been a victim to deforestation, which has led to problematic climatic events including cyclones, droughts and floods. In turn, these have destroyed houses, ruined crops, decreased land fertility and endangered Madagascar’s much-loved wildlife while causing poverty and hunger. By empowering local communities to plant trees in Ankaragantskia, we can help reduce poverty, aid conservation and improve the lives and wellbeing of locals and native species.

Site name

Mida Creek

Location

Kenya

Mida Creek is a tidal inlet on the east coast of Africa, in Kenya. It’s tucked away in a small village called Dabaso , but what isn’t small is the huge amount of wildlife and sea life attracted to the area. Surrounded by eight types of mangroves and lined by palms, the tidal creek is home to beds of seagrass and coral, numerous species of fish, feeding sea turtles, crabs and an array of migratory birds. The creek is also fundamental to the local community, providing subsistence and income from fishing and farming.

Large scale mangrove deforestation from land cleared for fuelwood, charcoal, prawns and salt production, coupled with the destructive El Niño in 1997 (warming of sea temperatures) has led to limited fresh water, declining wild fisheries, soil and coastal erosion,  reduced food sources and limited incomes. In turn, this is leading to extreme poverty, reduced wildlife and endangered sea life. Together, we can help overcome these problems by planting trees in Mida Creek, employing local villagers to plant native tree species and work to restore the local environment while lifting communities out of poverty.

Reforestation

Mangrove

Site size

300 Hectares

Primary economic activity

Fisheries and farming

Why Mida Creek needs our help

Large-scale mangrove deforestation from land cleared for fuelwood, charcoal, prawns and salt production, coupled with the destructive El Niño in 1997 (warming of sea temperatures) has led to limited fresh water, declining wild fisheries, soil and coastal erosion, reduced food sources and limited income. In turn, this is leading to extreme poverty, reduced wildlife and endangered sea life. Together, we can help overcome these problems by planting trees in Mida Creek, employing local villagers to plant native tree species and work to restore the local environment while lifting communities out of poverty.

Site name

Haiti

Location

Southern & Southeast Haiti

An idyllic tourist destination, Haiti is known for its crystal clear waters, miles of breathtaking beaches and friendly locals. But that’s not all. Haiti’s forests, mountains and coasts are also home to a colourful array of wildlife and sea life, not to mention an estimated 5,600 plant species. No wonder it’s considered one of the most biologically significant countries of the West Indies.

However, Haiti is a fragile nation, often plagued by natural disasters and political unrest that leads to extreme poverty, deforestation and devastation. With your help, we can provide Haitians with the means to sustainably grow their own food, restore their local environment, and rebuild local economies through tree planting. By working with locals to plant mangrove and agroforestry trees, we can improve food security, restore ocean health, enhance soil quality, and boost natural resources and defences against climate change, while pulling people out of poverty.

Reforestation

Mangrove & agroforestry

Site size

TBC

Primary economic activity

Agriculture|

Why Haiti needs our help

However, Haiti is a fragile nation, often plagued by natural disasters and political unrest that leads to extreme poverty, deforestation and devastation. With your help, we can provide Haitians with the means to sustainably grow their own food, restore their local environment, and rebuild local economies through tree planting. By working with locals to plant mangrove and agroforestry trees, we can improve food security, restore ocean health, enhance soil quality, and boost natural resources and defences against climate change, while pulling people out of poverty.

Quality without compromise

Quality without compromise

Quality without compromise