Inspiring a Reforestation Revolution

What if everyone started giving back to the natural world in ways that restore the global forest? How fast could we make a difference in the face of climate change?

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Planetary change starts with personal change

This is a call to your heart. We know our world is in trouble and that the solutions exist within each of us. TreeSisters offers both inner and outer pathways to change. We can all plant trees to cool down our world, and we can also use this crisis to unearth the deepest gifts and courage of our soul.

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Where will my forest grow?

When you give monthly to the trees, we call you a restorer. Your forest will include the full portfolio of our planting projects and partners including diverse cultures, ecosystems, endangered species, social and ecological benefits.

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Our Reforestation projects and partners

When you Become a Restorer by making a monthly donation to grow your own forest, your forest includes the entire portfolio of our planting partners and projects shown here. Thank you!

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Tamil Nadu, South India
Project Greenhands/ Isha Outreach

We are supporting a sub-program called "Trees for Life", an agro-forestry initiative that transforms lives of farmers and their landscapes, through intercropping or growing a grove.

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Mt. Kenya, Africa
International Tree Foundation

We are supporting the ITF's 20 Million Tree Campaign to work with farmers, women and school children to reforest the denuded and degraded lands which were once part of Mt Kenya's forest ring and connected Lower Imenti forest.

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Boeny Region, Madagascar
Eden Reforestation Projects

We partnered with Eden to work with a local community association to restore a vital and exclusive forest ecosystem with the aim to turn it into gazetted land for conservation, educational and eco-tourism purposes.

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Teodoro Sampaio, Brazil

WeForest

Through WeForest and its local partner, we collaborate to restore the Atlantic rainforest's biodiversity in a region where only 3% of the original forest cover remains. The project aims to convert 20% of landowners' farmlands into forest lands, through the regeneration of degraded forest lands via planting and assisted natural regeneration techniques.

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Jhapa Region, Southeast Nepal

Eden Reforestation Projects

This reforestation project aims to regenerate the forest cover around the Jalthal forest, a protected area of great importance to the local communities. Community forest user groups are planting native species on degraded, burnt and cleared lands for grazing and agriculture.

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Mt.Bamboutos, Cameroon
International Tree Foundation/ERuDeF

We are working with ITF and its local partner ERuDef aim to create an ecological corridor through degraded forest lands restoration, connecting community forests and riparian forests, and agroforestry in surrounding areas.

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Bela Vista,
Mozambique
Eden Reforestation Projects

The project supports the restoration of decimated mangroves of the estuaries surrounding the bay of Maputo, starting with ‘Bela Vista’ site, South of the capital city of Maputo with the aim to help poor fishing communities improve their livelihood conditions through increasing income generated from project employment.

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Kalamboro Estuary, Madagascar
Eden Reforestation Projects

TreeSisters and the Eden Reforestation Projects supports the villagers to restore small degraded, but insidious patches of cleared mangrove, in the remote mangrove estuarine ecosystem called Kalamboro.

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Khasi Hills, India
WeForest

This project seeks to combat deforestation and restore the area's forests for the benefit of people and nature. Through assisted natural regeneration of Khasi peoples' lands, sustainable livelihood development, and strong measures to limit further degradation to the forest, the Khasi's biodiversity and communities can flourish together.

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State of Acre, Brazil (Amazon)
Aquaverde

The project aims to create a forest garden of 10 million native fruit trees over 10 years. It will provide sustainable and nutritious food for over 1,000 indigenous people and non-indigenous locals living in Marechal Thaumaturgo, as well as revenues for the welfare of the indigenous community.

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Yapen Island, West Papua
Eden Reforestation Projects

The ‘Yapen Mangrove Restoration Project’ supports the rehabilitation of a riverine mangrove system at the village of Ansas in West Papua which has been partially deforested due to village expansion and exploited to provide the village with raw material to build their houses and fuelwood for cooking.

 
 
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What people are saying about TreeSisters

CATRIONA-MACGREGOR-circle

"Based on over 20 years of working with 200 NGOs around the world, TreeSisters rates in the top 20% of the most emotionally fulfilling, relevant and inspiring organisations on the planet."

- Catriona MacGregor, Founder of Nature Quests and Resilient Forest

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"Becoming a TreeSister has been a miracle of deeper connections for me. This has involved connecting with other amazing women, with the wisdom of the trees, with my own body and my ancient roots... and the journey continues still. In this global circle of sisterhood I am finding more and more courage and ways to reach our Mother Earth, who so much needs our love these days."

- Reetamaria Palomaki, TreeSister member, Finland

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"There is a growing realization that forests are an essential bridge to a climate safe future. We urgently need to protect our remaining primary forests, regenerate cleared forests and restore what is degraded – and we have to act now!"

-  Cyril Kormos, Vice-President for Policy at the Wild Foundation, IUCN-WCPA Vice-Chair for World Heritage, member of Project Drawdown's scientific advisory board, and member of the TreeSisters advisory board