?WHY IS IT IMPORTANT TO PLANT TREES



A single tree can be home to hundreds of species of insect, fungi, moss, mammals, birds, and plants. Depending on the kind of food and shelter they need, different forest animals require different types of habitat. Without trees, forest creatures would have nowhere to call home. Trees not only give us oxygen, take in C02 and help mitigate Global Climate Change, they also regulate our weather and “call” water to an area. Once trees are destroyed in the rainforest, without the reciprocal Water-to-Tree equation, a once rainy rainforest becomes a desert.





ARE ALL TREES THE SAME?

Of course planting any indigenous tree is certainly a step in the right direction, however, ALL TREES ARE NOT CREATED EQUAL! Some trees are known as "Keystone Species" as they are essential to the survival of ambient species, both plants and animals.


THANK YOU TO OUR FOREST GUARDIANS

Without the help of people and organizations like these, we wouldn't be able to pursue our fight for reforestation in Central and South America:


?How can YOU help



We are contiuously planting Almendro Saplings in bio-sensitive locations that are committed to protecting them! Exciting right?


Our goal is to keep planting more trees and you can help make this possible by donating TODAY!


Be part of the many people who have already sponsored Almendro Trees! You can see your name in our Gallery below when you commit to planting Just One Tree.