Our Plant-A-Tree Program
The best thing about shopping with us is that with every item you purchase, you help us plant a tree! 🌳
We have partnered with Carbon Neutral to create a Plant-A-Tree program that makes us truly proud. Carbon Neutral is Australia's largest biodiverse reforestation developer, which aims to restore cleared land, and reproduce natural ecosystems by planting a variety of native tree and shrub species.
The Yarra Yarra Biodiversity Corridor in Western Australia is one of only 35 global biodiversity hotspots - which are important regions in the world that have an exceptionally high number of plant and animal species found nowhere else in the world.
Through our Carbon Neutral Plant-A-Tree program, we are actively supporting vital work by funding the planting of native trees in the Yarra Yarra Biodiversity Corridor, to take action against climate change, restore forests, ecosystems, and habitat for our native wildlife.
Within the last 100 years, over 90% of the northern Wheatbelt (known as the Mid West) has been cleared for agriculture. This has removed so much native habitat that many plant and animal specials are extinct locally or regionally. Others, however, have hung on in the woodland and shrubland remnants. Carbon Neutral have a vision to reconnect these valuable remnant vegetation sites and link 12 nature reserves across a vast tract of land covering 10,000 square kilometres, which will help protect and recover our endangered and declining, woodland and shrubland flora and fauna.
The planting of these trees provides local jobs, supports local business and may contribute to increased rainfall. To date, Carbon Neutral has planted over 29.5 million mixed native species, trees and shrubs, across 12,000 ha in the Yarra Yarra Biodiversity Corridor.
You can find more about Carbon Neutral's awesome work, and even find information on how you can become a Carbon Neutral partner here on the Carbon Neutral website (opens in new window).
Our Partner in Climate Action Certificate will be updated every 6 months outlining the number of trees planted!