we plant trees

making a difference one tree at a time

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we are a non-profit

focused on global reforestation

Why Trees
We are a 501c3 non-profit based in Shelburne, Vermont that gives you the ability to easily plant trees around the world.  We work with amazing NGOs worldwide that have collectively planted millions of trees.  With years of experience, these key partners work hand-in-hand with local communities to ensure that proper native tree species are planted in the most sustainable manner.

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planting trees for products sold and so much more

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News

How planting trees can help reduce your carbon footprint
How planting trees can help reduce your carbon footprint

by Matt Hill April 17, 2016

You don't have to learn any complicated mathematical formulas or use a carbon footprint calculator to determine your carbon footprint. This is the down and dirty.

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Pressing Issues Poll
Pressing Issues Poll

by Matt Hill April 13, 2016

"What seems to be the most pressing issue to you today? The Economy with crapy jobs and no loyalty on either side, the environment where every year is the becoming the hottest on record, the elections in the US with what choices are available, or our educational system on a downward spiral...tough pick...make your pick!

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Deforestation: My 2 cents on the subject

by Matt Hill January 05, 2016

“A nation that destroys its soils destroys itself.” This powerful quote stated by Franklin D. Roosevelt accurately sums up the problem with deforestation.  Known as, “the permanent removal of forests or stand of trees to make land available for other uses”, deforestation has truly crippled the environment and continues to plague ecosystems on a global scale.

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