52 trees planted in Australia

52 trees planted in Australia

A huge thank you to those who placed orders with us over the past few months. Previously we planted trees in India, which is where they were needed most at the time. This time, they're needed most in Australia to recover forests affected by the 2019-20 Black Summer Bushfires and restore native habitat vital for wildlife.

It's not much this time, but I'm sure you will agree that every little helps. With your continued support and orders we can help reforest the planet, one tree at a time.

By planting trees in Australia, we're creating habitat corridors for koalas in New South Wales and Victoria, enhancing biodiversity in Western Australia, and promoting sustainable and regenerative agriculture practices with landowners. Bushfire recovery efforts are focused on re-establishing habitat and supporting fire-impacted communities to grow and plant millions of trees. 

The combination of low precipitation and record high temperatures during Australia’s most recent (2019–20) summer season, resulted in dramatic wildfires across the country that drew global attention. It is estimated that more than 1 billion animals were killed in the fires. For example, some 8,000 koalas may have perished in last year’s bushfires, and the loss of eucalyptus trees and water supply will continue to affect them as recovery slowly starts to take place. About 30% of their key habitat has been destroyed.

Australia’s forests need active management in order to improve their health, protect wildlife, and reduce the risk of catastrophic wildfires in the future. Our projects work with local landowners and environmental organizations to improve the health of Australian forest and bush lands.

As well as recovering fire-damaged lands, your support for reforestation in Australia will help restore habitat for native species that depend on these environments, such as koalas, echidnas, sugar gliders and other wildlife found nowhere else in the world.

Thank you for making a difference.

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