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About Our Trees

Approximately 100,000 acres of forest is cut down every single day around the world. This has devastating effects on global warming, local wildlife and local living conditions.

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Trees when planted in appropriate locations, can convert carbon in the atmosphere into natural resources for much needed local communities. Trees bring many benefits such as:

  • Sequester vast quantities of CO2 out of the Global Atmosphere
  • Improving living standards for local families
  • Rebuilding worn soils in the most degraded areas
  • Reducing erosion in the most desperate areas
  • Replenishing groundwater aquifers where no crops can grow
  • Improving soil quality for agriculture
  • Wind breakers and separating different crops in fields
  • Creating microclimate conditions for wildlife and bio-diversity
  • Encouraging the return of indigenous plant species`
  • Providing much needed habitat for endangered wildlife

Sponsor Trees donates trees to local families to help them generate a sustainable income from food, medicines and shelter. Trees allow vegetation and other growth to survive in harsh conditions by retaining water in the soil and sheltering direct sunlight etc. Trees can, if managed correctly provide a massive range of unexpected benefits and natural resources including medication which can be both used locally and sold throughout the world.

The benefits from these trees spread far beyond these remote villages, to our own homes, schools and communities as well. That's because these trees also remove from the global atmosphere great quantities of carbon dioxide, the major "#356800house gas" (GHG) responsible for global climate change. Trees take this carbon and turn it into things people need such as food, clothing, shelter, medicines and organic fertilizer - in doing so returning the carbon to the soil.

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