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Plant Trees for Earth Month

Celebrate Earth Month by planting trees for impact. Every tree we plant tells a story of hope that will last for generations. Help us write that story by planting trees today!
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Trees Help Prevent Flooding Trees Reduce Global Temperatures Trees Improve Air Quality Trees Provide Habitat for Biodiversity Trees Grow Nutritious Food Trees Improve our Health Trees Clean the Planet

We're on a Mission to Reforest the Globe

Global Reforestation

We work with local planting partners in more than eighty countries, across diverse ecosystems, to fund large-scale, high-impact projects.

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One Tree Planted is a 501(c)(3) non-profit environmental charity that makes it simple for individuals, businesses, and foundations to make an impact around the world.

Positive Impact

Every One Tree Planted project is done in partnership with local communities and environmental organizations. Together, we can restore forests, create habitat for biodiversity, and make a lasting social impact.

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Planting Hope For A Greener Future

Earth Month is a time to celebrate all that nature does for us — and take action to protect it. By raising awareness of environmental issues and promoting actions that protect the planet, individuals, organizations, and communities can work together to secure a greener future.

Reforestation is one of the best ways to restore ecosystems that have been degraded or deforested. This Earth Month, give back to the planet by planting trees. When you support reforestation, you are making it possible for our planting partners, who have dedicated their lives to restoring the landscapes they love, to do this critical work. Let's come together this Earth Month and plant hope for a greener future, one tree at a time!

Why Plant Trees?

The Six Pillars of Reforestation


Through their leaves and bark, trees absorb harmful pollutants such as nitrogen oxide, ozone, and carbon monoxide — and sweep up particles like dust and smoke. And through the process of photosynthesis, trees absorb carbon dioxide and release oxygen into the atmosphere.


Trees play a key role in capturing rainwater and reducing the risk of natural disasters such as floods and landslides. Their intricate root systems act as filters, removing pollutants and slowing the absorption of stormwater into the soil.


Many species of plants, insects, fungi, moss and wildlife depend on forests for food and shelter. Forest ecosystems encompass richly layered habitat types, which provide shelter to a breathtaking range of biodiversity — some of which can found nowhere else on earth.

Social Impact

Reforestation changes lives for the better. Food-producing trees that are grown and managed with sustainable agroforestry methods provide fruits, nuts, berries, and leaves. Over time, they can stabilize livelihoods, improve food security, and more.


Trees and forests can have a powerful positive impact on our health. Aside from filtering the air we breathe, trees can help reduce stress, lower blood pressure and decrease depression. In one study, hospital patients who had a view of trees healed faster.


A mature tree can absorb an average of 22 lbs of carbon dioxide per year, playing an important role in helping society mitigate the effects of climate change. Trees can also help reduce ambient temperatures by an average of 8° Celsius.