Our mission is to help people achieve wellness from within by providing quality herbal ingredients from Earth. Oxygen is an essential that our body requires to be well and that is why we have joined forces with One Tree Planted; a 501c3 nonprofit that plants trees around the world.
Their mission is to reforest the planet, one tree at a time and we are here to help. When we sell one product, one dollar is donated, and one tree gets planted. It’s that simple.
We also aim to raise awareness about the importance of trees and motivate younger generations to do something positive for the environment.
Every Tree Matters
Through our network of on-the-ground reforestation partners, we fund tree- plantings in North America, South America, Asia, and Africa.
Some trees are planted by volunteers, some are planted by professional tree- planters, it all depends on the scale and goal of the project.
6 Pillars of Reforestation
These are the 6 benefits of reforestation we focus on in our projects.
Where do we Plant?
In four main regions. Projects/regions are added when we've ensured a solid partnership with a vetted partner. Many projects are ongoing.
How We Plant For $1
Tree costs vary based on region and partner.
There are many costs associated with planting trees. Our partners often have some resources for environmental
projects, but not always enough to complete meaningful tree-planting initiatives. That's where our donations
come in to purchase the trees and get them in the ground using existing local networks and resources.
Here is a quick and easy cost breakdown of how we get one tree planted in an average region:
How do we work?
We work with a network of planting partners and tree nurseries at the local level. Through professionals or volunteers, they help us get your trees planted.
Because they're local, they're also very knowledgeable about the native ecology.
When are trees planted?
The time between donations and tree-planting will vary depending on the region chosen and the time of year.
Planting usually happens during the local rainy season, when the soil provides optimum conditions for tree survival.