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We've partnered with Ecologi to plant more trees - with your help!

Hey there, friends!

Our planet is going through some seriously wild changes that are affecting all kinds of life on Earth.

We know this could have been avoided, and we can't just sit around hoping someone else will fix it.

We all need to start reducing our carbon footprint and working to restore nature if we want to turn things around, and that's why we've partnered with Ecologi to plant one tree for every $25+ order we receive on our website.

How does it work?

It's super simple.

All you need to do is spend $25+ on our website and Ecologi will facilitate the tree plantin' on your behalf.

Where are the trees planted?

Ecologi will plant your tree wherever it is needed the most at the time. They support partnered projects all over the world, from Australia to Mexico and almost everywhere in between.

Their most recent projects are:

  • Restoring forests in Peru
  • Planting forest gardens in Tanzania
  • Planting trees and supporting water security in Kenya
  • Preventing deforestation in the DRC
  • Eden Reforestation Project in Madagascar

Ecologi also support important Australian projects which include bushfire recovery nurseries, creating habitat corridors for koalas in New South Wales and Victoria, enhancing biodiversity in Western Australia, and promoting sustainable and regenerative agricultural practices with landowners. Efforts are focused on mobilising support for replanting efforts, developing nurseries and planting millions of trees.

Why are trees so important?

Trees act like giant sponges that soak up a gas called carbon dioxide from the air. They do this through a cool process called photosynthesis, where they use sunlight and water to make food and oxygen. When trees soak up carbon dioxide, they keep it stored in different parts of their body like their trunks and leaves. This is helpful because carbon dioxide is one of the gases that causes climate change when there's too much of it in the air. By planting and taking care of more trees, we can create more of these natural sponges and help reduce the amount of carbon dioxide in the air. This is important because it helps to fight against the negative effects of climate change.

Check out some of the work they're supporting below:

Uganda Tree Planting Project


Gewocha Forest, Ethiopia


Tree Planting Australia

trees for the future