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Plant trees in Oregon's Forests

Plant trees in Oregon's Forests

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Wildfires in Oregon have become increasingly severe in recent years, devastating vast tracts of forested land. These fires not only destroy trees but also disrupt ecosystems, displace wildlife, and contribute to air and water pollution.

Whether you're commemorating a special occasion, honoring a loved one's memory, or simply seeking to make a positive impact on the planet, help bring back Oregon's forests, while creating a memorable experience for your gift receiver.

Learn more about our Oregon project

How it works

1. Place the order, for the number of trees you want to plant in the recipient's name. Make sure to select a delivery date for when you want us to email this gift to the recipient.

2. On the scheduled date, the recipient receives an email with

  • Your personal note
  • An authenticated digital certificate in their name (see example certificate attached)
  • A personal dashboard with details of their trees, their impact, where their trees are being planted, as well as project details.

3. You also receive an email letting you know that your gift has reached. You also get a copy of the certificate, as well as your own personal dashboard.

What is included

Both you and the gift recipient will receive:

  • A digitally authenticated tree adoption certificate in the recipient's name.
  • A dashboard where you can see your trees, their impact, details of the planting project, where your trees are planted, and updates on your project.
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Our planting partners

We facilitate our tree planting through our tree planting service provider GreenSpark and tree planting verification service Veritree. These trees are ultimately planted by our accredited planting partners , organizations dedicated to fighting deforestation and extreme poverty. They employ local communities to plant native trees, restoring ecosystems and providing livelihoods for millions. 

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Why plant trees?