We all have the responsibility to build a greener future. Caring is no longer enough. That’s why we are committed to planting 50 million trees by 2025 – enough to circle the Earth more than eleven times.
Founded in 1875 as the American Forestry Association, American Forests is the oldest national conservation organisation in the U.S. Today, American Forests creates healthy and resilient forests in both cities and wilderness, which deliver essential benefits for climate, people, water and wildlife.
We've helped plant 37,645 pine and jack pine trees, which helped to remove the Kirtland’s warbler from the endangered species list. These migratory songbirds currently only breed in Michigan, Wisconsin and Ontario, wintering in the tropics.
American Forests has planted over 60 million trees in the last 30 years.
We are partnering with American Forests to plant trees in six key ecosystems within the United States.
Visit one of our shops and join us in donating to American Forests.
Our tree planting partner on the Great Green Wall, TreeAid, has planted over 16 million trees since 1987 and regenerated many more to bring hope to the people of Mali by planting trees to fight desertification and mass migration.
The Great Green Wall is an urgent movement to grow an 8000km line of trees across the entire width of Africa to fight climate change, drought, famine, conflict, and migration. Timberland is partnering with the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification and Connect4Climate - World Bank Group, on a global campaign to grow a new world wonder across the African Continent.
Justdiggit empowers local communities to restore degraded landscapes to cool down the planet through techniques such as Farmer Managed Natural Regeneration (FMNR). This technique brings back millions of trees with strong benefits to nature, wildlife, people and climate.
We are partnering with Justdiggit to regrow millions of trees in rural Tanzania
Timberland has worked with Las Lagunas Ecological Park in Santiago, Dominican Republic to grow tree seedlings to be distributed to local communities in need.
These trees provide shade, clean the air, and offer fresh fruit to community members
Our factory in the Dominican Republic employs volunteers to work with Las Lagunas on greening projects throughout the year
Smallholder Farmers Alliance
The Smallholder Farmers Alliance (SFA) works to rehabilitate the environment and support struggling farmers in Haiti. The SFA uses a “tree currency” to reward farmers for planting trees. Farmers can then exchange these credits for seeds, tools and agricultural training.
Since 2010, we’ve planted close to 8 million trees in Haiti, including over 454K in the first few months of 2020 alone.
SFA Farmers in Leger, Haiti have grown 6,700 trees which earned them enough credits to exchange for over 400 tools.
SFA farmer Aniel Joazil in Mendor, Haiti used his tree credits to purchase and plant seeds. Trees help bolster the health of his bean fields and in turn produce a higher yield. He gives part of his harvest back to the local SFA seed bank, saves some for his family and sells the rest.
Founded in 1989, Trees for the Future works to improve the livelihoods of impoverished farmers by revitalizing degraded lands. To do so, they provide farmers with tree seeds, technical training, and on-site planning assistance.
Trees for the Future has planted over 115 million trees in dozens of countries and revitalized hundreds of thousands of acres of soil
We are partnering with Trees for the Future to educate and empower farmers in Kenya and Senegal to plant trees around their crops to increase their yields so they can make a better living
Treedom is an EU-based company that promotes agroforestry projects around the world. All trees are planted directly by local farmers and bring environmental, social and financial benefits to their communities.
Since its foundation in 2010, more than 600,000 trees have been planted in Africa, South America and Italy
We are partnering with Treedom to plant trees in Ghana as part of Africa's "Great Green Wall" project