‘The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second-best time is now.’

- Chinese Proverb

We only have one planet. If we all lived like an average citizen from the UK, we'd need the resources of 2.6 earths (Global Footprint Network, 2021).Now is the time to come together and plant trees to reduce your carbon footprint and achieve positive climate change for the benefit of generations to come.

YOU CAN WORK WITH US IN TWO WAYS

The main method upon which all scientists agree, also the simplest, is that we need to plant more trees and flowers.

Plant individual trees

Together, we’ll help you plant trees to reduce your carbon footprint. Get in touch to discuss the options from each of our living forest projects that are springing up across the UK.

Promote and enhance biodiversity

If you wish to buy trees and support biodiversity on a regular basis, you can subscribe to our forest planting and biodiversity programme. Scroll down to read how it works:

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OUR FOREST PLANTING AND BIODIVERSITY PROGRAMME

Our current sites are in Croscombe, Somerset

Eco Advocate

£6.50 per month

Plant 1 native broadleaf each month, with lifetime maintenance and care.

Eco Challenger

£15 per month

Plant 2 neighbouring native broadleaf trees each month and protect the surrounding biodiversity, with lifetime maintenance and care.

Eco Leader

£30 per month

Plant 4 neighbouring native broadleaf trees each month and protect the surrounding biodiversity, with lifetime maintenance and care.

Individual native broadleaf trees​

£7.50 per tree

e.g. Oak, Beech, Birch, Lime, Alder – which covers lifetime maintenance and care

Protect land as well as plant trees​

The importance of improving biodiversity can sometimes get lost in the climate crisis debate. Studies show that improving biodiversity can help us capture even more carbon. So when you subscribe to our scheme, know that you’ll protect land as well as plant trees to reduce your carbon footprint.

We’d love to hear from you.