Trees for Life Project (TFLP) is a Registered Canadian Charity. We believe that planting trees in deforested land in critical parts of the world for conservation, research and education is one of the most meaningful investments we can make for future generations. Join us in saving the forests while there’s still time!
We use our product apparel, donations, social media and volunteer programs to spread awareness, education, and contribute to reforestation. Our ultimate goal is to help efforts worldwide in the fight against climate change. Learn more about our projects.
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Our team is made up entirely by volunteers, which means all donations support our reforestation projects. Our success depends on donations from people like you, who share our passion for the natural world.
Reducing your carbon footprint is important because it can help offset the dangerous and harmful effects high levels of CO2 have on our environment. Since pre-industrial times, carbon dioxide (CO₂), the largest climate change contributor, has risen by around 40% in the atmosphere after more than a century and a half of industrialization, deforestation, and large scale agriculture.
What are some things we can do right away to help reverse global warming? Planting a tree captures carbon from the air and grows our biodiversity. This is what sustains life on Earth, if we continue cutting down trees we're slowly killing what sustains all our lives. One rainforest tree planted with us will sequestrate 1 ton of carbon. You can also use more renewable energy sources, reduce water waste, and eat less or no meat at all.
Shocking images of the plastic crisis were captured by clean up crews just days ago off the coast of Haiti. Huge patches of plastic like this are created by the stirring of ocean currents and estimated there will be more plastic than fish in the next decade. Share this story and make people aware. Amazing @4Ocean crew collected 2,222 pounds of trash from this patch. the work is not over!
Rainforests are being destroyed at a rate of over 80,000 acres per day around the world. The world’s rainforests could disappear within the next 40 years! Lets not let that happen. Climate change is a very complex global issue and a reality that effects us all. We contribute by planting trees to capture carbon and to grow biodiversity, a crucial step to positive climate change.
All our apparel includes a sponsored tree certificate planted at one of our project location. We can rebuild the forests and offset carbon emissions while empowering communities to become leaders in sustainability.
We work with amazing reforestation partners around the world that need your support to help get trees in the ground.
We are Canadians, so spreading awareness and creating projects here is also a huge priority for us. Given its remarkably large land area, Ontario's forests are incredibly diverse. From the northern lowlands around Hudson Bay, through the Boreal forest, and on to the forests in the south, Ontario is home to a wide array of unique plant and wildlife. However, many of Ontario's amazing forests are being pressured by natural resource extraction and encroaching agricultural development. Reforestation in Ontario will greatly benefit communities and the environment. We implement our same long term model in Canada as we do in Latin America. This project is a collaboration with the municipalities, indigenous communities and volunteers all across the country. Our plan is to expand across Canada and plant as many trees as we can. Join our mission!Learn more
Costa Rica is still dotted with hotspots of lush biodiversity, providing home for macaws, jaguars, howler monkeys and many more wild animals. However, deforestation has put these hotspots under threat. This project focuses on repairing critical ecosystems, improving the quality and availability of water, increasing rural farmer productivity, diversifying farmer incomes, and establishing long-term ecosystem restoration activities with the community. We partner with local not for profit organizations in the Southern Pacific Coast of Costa Rica to implement a sustainable model of reforestation and plant over 100 native species of rainforest trees. This project is a collaboration with land owners, local communities and local non for profit organizations focused on reforestation efforts.Learn more