Plant trees where needed most
We’re planting endemic trees at key locations, to heal Earth, safeguard our future and foster diverse ecosystems
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Restoring Kenya's Forests
This project in Kenya aims to reverse environmental degradation, restore thousands of hectares of land, and protect vital mangrove estuaries.
The United States
We supported efforts to plant 100,000 trees in Idaho’s Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forest to enhance forest health, mitigate fire risks, and diversify habitats.
We’ve supported efforts to plant 42,994 trees across Maputo Bay to restore mangrove ecosystems while helping local communities develop green economies.
We contributed towards planting 50,000 trees in the aftermath of the Oregon Bootleg Fire that devastated more than 400,000 acres across southern Oregon.
Our planting partners
Your boots on the ground
Support Relationship Manager
Arbor Day Foundation
“Thanks to the help of partners like Dots.eco, the Arbor Day Foundation can continue to pursue its mission to inspire people to plant, nurture, and celebrate trees.”
Director of Customer Service
One Tree Planted
“One Tree Planted is grateful for the support of businesses like Dots.eco, who are passionate about positively impacting the environment. The trees we plant together create lasting benefits for people, nature, and biodiversity. We value our partnership!”
Eden Reforestation Projects
“Eden is ecstatic to have Dots.eco as a partner. Through our partnership, we work directly with local communities and empower them with sustainable livelihood options to restore their natural environment. As we continue our work, we thank Dots.eco and the positive impact they help to create!”
Why is planting trees important?
Forests cover around 31% of the world’s land area, but deforestation rates have been increasing at an alarming rate in the past 40 years. Trees fulfill key aspects of life, including cleaning the air, filtering the water we drink daily, and providing a home to a multitude of species worldwide. For example, 80% of amphibians, 75% of birds, and 68% of mammals. On top of all this magic, trees absorb CO2 emissions and help regulate the world’s temperature.
How do we plant trees?
Organizations connect with local communities and build relationships with local leaders. Funds are distributed, seedlings are grown, the land is prepared, and the trees are planted. The plantings are then monitored, and the results are reported. Tree planting usually happens during the rainy season, when the soil provides optimum conditions for their survival.
The organizations aim to provide jobs to minimize poverty and improve food security. This is the standard approach, but each of our partners has its magical touch. Rest assured, all the organizations we work with are vetted and certified by third parties. They are all riding the wave with us toward the Earth-healing economy.
Where is tree planting done?
Tree planting is done in countries all over the world, including countries like Brazil, the US, Madagascar, Honduras and Kenya. If you scroll up, you can find our interactive map with all our planting locations.
How do you ensure the trees' survival?
Our partner organizations have a proven track record of success in tree planting and have implemented strict monitoring and reporting procedures to ensure the survival and positive impact of the trees planted. Additionally, all of our partners plant native tree species that match the ecosystem of action and are monitored until maturity by local volunteers or employees taking part in the project. Due to the care given to the planting methods of our partners, the tree’s survival rates are higher than 70%.
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