We Plant Monthly

in your company forest

to keep Mother Earth fit and heathly

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Why Plant?

Trees create economic opportunities. Fruit harvests provide communities with stable incomes.

87% of Americans would purchase a product because a company advocated for an issue they cared about.

Trees provide food to rural communities and also help solve problems of urban hunger and food insecurity.

Trees have an amazing ability to help keep our climate stable.

Trees reduce stress and obesity rates, and can even help us heal from illnesses faster.

Using trees and other plants in schools and other educational settings can provide a creative tool for learning.

Trees absorb carbon dioxide that causes climate change.

Involving women in tree-planting empowers them to support themselves and their families.

Gen Z makes up for about $40 billion in annual sales. They care about Earth’s future!

Trees intercept rain water, slow its movement and prevent soil erosion. They filter rain water and recharge groundwater.

Trees clean the air we breathe by absorbing odors and pollutants.

Exciting new technologies are being created to develop clean and affordable energy through trees.

Trees emit oxygen that can help sustain most forms of life.

Urban forestry and urban wood reuse programs can support the local economy and create jobs.

89% of executives surveyed said a strong sense of collective purpose drives employee satisfaction.

Trees create economic opportunities. Conservation and reforestation projects can boost local economies while empowering individuals.

Tree roots help filter clean drinking water for us all.

Tree planting unites communities together and makes our environment a more pleasant place to live.

Trees provide safe habitats and food for animals.

Urban trees play a huge role in cleaning the air, absorbing carbon dioxide, and thus mitigating climate change.

64% of respondents agree that CEOs should take the lead on (social) change rather than waiting for government to impose it.

Trees placed strategically around a single-family home can cut air conditioning needs by up to 50%.

Trees keep our streets and homes cool by providing shade.

Trees help mitigate climate change by storing carbon and releasing oxygen into the air.

Trees prevent soil erosion by keeping soil in its place.

Trees prevent storm water from carrying pollutants to the ocean, and harming fish, turtles, and other aquatic animals.

Trees provide natural sun protection for human skin.

Trees provide a canopy and habitat for wildlife. They provide shade and shield us from UV rays and help keep us safe.

Trees and forests provide huge amounts of food for animals and humans to eat.

Trees bring people together by planting trees in developing countries and post-conflict territories around the world.

Trees help humans heal from ailments with various medicinal properties.

Tree plantings provide an opportunity for community involvement and empowerment that improves the quality of life in our neighborhoods.

Trees bring communities together for planting events.

Trees connect us to nature and to each other.

Trees provide us with wood so we can build and create.

Trees give us energy and calmness when we choose to walk amongst them.

Trees provide beautiful landscapes to view and admire.

Trees reduce noise pollution by as much as 40%.

Just imagine a world without trees!