More Trees Together
With your support More Trees Together is able to support conversation based capacity building through reforestation projects.
What We Do
More Trees Together is a Nonprofit organization that works to build and support conservation groups globally. More Trees Together designs and implements reforestation campaigns that assist these organizations in generating funds through collaborative forest building.
How it Works
More trees Together creates partnerships with local businesses owners who donate a tailored portion of daily sales to support reforestation where it is desperately needed.
Partners of More Trees Together are able to decide their planetary impact by tailoring their donation to what works for them. Every time a client shops with a More Trees Together partner a donation is made supporting a global reforestation effort.
Shopping at your favourite coffee shop, farm stand or any other business can now be part of your environmental portfolio. Consumer purchase power can be used to support environmental initiatives and community economics globally.
On the Ground
More Trees Together works as a liaison between State side businesses and Conservation groups in the equatorial belt to develop holistic reforestation campaigns. Working with conservation groups that are already doing work to support their environment, together we create a income driven reforestation campaign. An economic model that supports the organization to raise funds through reforestation supports existing group members with capital to accomplish a groups goals.
More Trees Together supports conservation groups by:
Enlisting community members for localized tree planting.
Educating groups and community members about the importance of reforestation and project methods
Organizing monthly tree planting events
Financing conservation groups efforts through reforestation campaigns
Promoting skills for developing budgets, record keeping and other essential soft skills for managing an organization or business
Certification course in agroforestry and regenerative design free to group members