#FallforNature Photo Challenge to Plant Trees and get Featured

Kaylee Brzezinski | October  11, 2021 | 3 min read

Share Your #Fallfornature Photos to Get Featured & Plant Trees!

Fall is here and we absolutely LOVE seeing the great outdoors during this special time of year. That’s why we’re ready to #FallForNature with a fall photo challenge again this year! Show us the colorful leaves, the changing season, your hiking adventures, or even your happy dog in the woods. It’s all about celebrating the season of color with a special appreciation for the trees all around us. When you do, you’ll actually help us plant more trees!

Whether you are a pro or a thrifty iPhone photographer, we want to see your fall photos no matter where in the world you are located!

man holding camera in fall season

All you need to do is post your photo on Instagram with #FallForNature and @onetreeplanted by Wednesday, 10/20

We’ll plant 1 tree for every fall photo that uses #FallForNature and @onetreeplanted during the campaign timeframe (up to 1,500)
We’ll choose a photo every day to share on our Instagram page with a tag to your account to feature you
• The daily winning photographer will win one of our cozy beanies

Suggested Caption:
@onetreeplanted invited me to join #FallForNature! For every fall photo posted using #FallForNature, they will plant a tree! They will also feature one photo each day. The featured photographers will also receive one of their cozy beanies!

camping mug in the forest

Looking for a little inspiration? Here are some beautiful photos! 

colorful yellow trees
dog and pumpkins
red tree
phone taking a picture of a leaf


So get on out there and enjoy some views, have some fun and capture the beauty of fall. You'll enjoy it even more knowing that you'll be planting a tree! We cannot wait to see what you come up with and plant some trees!

Plant Trees Where They're Needed Most
Plant Trees Where They're Needed Most
Plant Trees Where They're Needed Most
Plant Trees Where They're Needed Most
Plant Trees Where They're Needed Most
Plant Trees Where They're Needed Most
Plant Trees Where They're Needed Most
Plant Trees Where They're Needed Most
Plant Trees Where They're Needed Most
Plant Trees Where They're Needed Most
Plant Trees Where They're Needed Most
Plant Trees Where They're Needed Most

Plant Trees Where They're Needed Most

As the need for reforestation is global and ever-changing, we feature where trees are most needed now. For Treecember, we're planting trees that support a global forest fire recovery fund. Learn more

With your help, we will:

  • Reforest lands damaged by record-setting fires
  • Support healthy habitat for iconic biodiversity
  • Plant tree species that will help reduce future fire impact
  • This holiday season, we’re planting trees in areas around the world that have been severely affected by forest fires and aren't able to recover a healthy ecosystem on their own. The most common naturally-caused wildfires occur during droughts or dry weather, and under these circumstances, trees and other vegetation are converted to flammable fuel. Human-caused forest fires can be a result of various activities like unregulated slash and burn agriculture, equipment failure or engine sparks, and discarded cigarettes.

    After wildfires, reforestation is essential in areas where the fire intensity burned off available seed supply within the soil, and/or where there are not enough healthy trees still growing and producing new seeds nearby. Reforestation starts once professional assessments have been made to determine where human intervention would be the most ecologically beneficial. Help restore these vital ecosystems by planting a tree. 🌿
  • Every year, forest fires are increasing in size and severity, damaging vital ecosystems and creating a need for millions of trees. Some major consequences of forest fires include significant loss of wildlife, loss of vegetation, soil erosion, air pollution, and greenhouse gas emissions.

    With so much fire damage, reforestation is essential to catalyze the environmental recovery process. The trees are carefully planted to prevent invasive species from colonizing burn scars and restore quality habitat for native biodiversity. One Tree Planted is connecting with on-the-ground partners to establish viable reforestation projects when the recently affected regions are ready for planting. This fund will contribute to planting projects in British Columbia, Idaho, Ghana, Portugal, and beyond. Let's get to work! 🌲
  • A personalized tree certificate (see gallery) to say thanks for your donation. We'll also send you updates about this project, so you can track the impact your trees are having on the community and environment.
  • To maximize the impact of your donation, our partners on the ground will determine the most appropriate species of tree and shrubs. We only plant native tree species that will restore the local ecosystem, re-establish wildlife habitat, and reduce the likelihood of future fires.

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