TikTokers Plant 10,000 Trees by Showing Off Their Favorite #EcoHacks

Kaylee Brzezinski | August 9, 2021 | 4 min read

TikTokers Plant 10,000 Trees by Sharing Their Best Eco Hacks

There is something for everyone on TikTok, even you nature-loving tree huggers! During Earth Month, we teamed up with TikTok to challenge all of you to share your best eco-friendly hacks for sustainable living. We promised to plant a tree for every video posted that used #EcoHacks. Well the results were INCREDIBLE and we are thrilled to announce that we will be planting 10,000 trees on behalf of this amazing TikTok community! 


Here's All Hackin' the Details!

The aim of the campaign was quite simple. Show us your #EcoHacks and we will plant a tree! Whether you are a beginner at sustainability with your reusable straw or you've mastered the art of composting, we wanted to see it! TikTokers found creative ways to show off their hacks. Some gave us tutorials on their favorite zero-waste tricks and others showed off their up-cycling skills. And while most TikTok challenges are super fun, we want to kick things up a notch so...

We Made an Original Song!

Thanks to our awesome tree-loving community we were able to collaborate with a top-notch music producer to take this #EcoHacks vision to the next level! The song elevated these eco hacks with this amazing earth rap about all the benefits to a green way of living! For those music driven TikTokers, this song was a perfect place to start to find a way to support the planet. 

Hands on a phone using TikTok


What Impact Will These Trees Have?

Glad you asked! The trees from this campaign will be allocated to our amazing reforestation project in Chippewa National Park in Minnesota! Chippewa National Forest spans more than 600,000 acres, home to some of the state's last old-growth forests. Notably, the Chippewa National Forest has one of the highest densities of bald eagle nesting sites in the country, with more than 150 pairs nesting in the forest annually. In addition to preserving wildlife habitat, this project will also focus on restoration from wind damage, tree diseases, and insect damage that have left the forest vulnerable. Reforestation can keep the Chippewa National Forest healthy for generations to come, and preserve the culture of the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwa, who have a deep connection with the forest.


Need a Laugh? 

Check out how Captain Planet uses his #EcoHacks to save the world!

Check out how Captain Planet uses his #EcoHacks

Video by: Wade Holland and Abby Wren Artistry

Thanks so everyone who got those ring lights out and showed us your best eco-friendly ways to help us make positive impact by planting trees for Earth Month! By spreading awareness on how to live more sustainably, we make it possible for others to start their journey. And if you're looking for some sweet tips, check out #EcoHacks on TikTok. Even we learned some new ways to improve our green game. Want to do something good for the planet now? Plant a tree!

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
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. Today, we're raising funds to jumpstart forest fire recovery in British Columbia. Learn more

With your help, we will:

  • Restore landscapes damaged by a historic season of wildfires
  • Create habitat for iconic biodiversity like the moose and grizzly bear
  • Support old-growth management areas to maintain complex ecosystems
  • This reforestation initiative is helping to restore the landscape in British Columbia after the Hanceville fire burned over 590,000 acres in 2017 and natural regeneration has not occurred. The fire has impacted the forest, soils, riparian ecosystems, wildlife, and water quality. Local indigenous communities have seen their ability to hunt and gather food drastically altered. But your support will go a long way! The goal of planting trees here is to not only re-establish a healthy forest, but also to plant species that will be resilient in the face of climate change. Thank you so much for your support of healthy forests! 🌲
  • Planting trees will catalyze the process of returning the area to a forested state. Newly planted trees will begin the process of sequestering atmospheric carbon, and over time improve the hydrological benefits of the forest. The ecosystems that have been greatly simplified by extreme fire conditions will once again become complex ecosystems, This project will also create habitat for many local wildlife species including mule deer, moose, black and grizzly bear, wolves, sandhill cranes, various raptors, songbirds, and small mammals.
  • 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.
  • B.C.'s rich forest diversity includes more than 40 different species of native trees, with some of Canada’s most interesting and valuable tree species. In this project, we made efforts to maximize species diversity, including the following species: Douglas-fir, lodgepole pine, hybrid spruce, ponderosa pine, trembling aspen.

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