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We Plant Trees

We Plant Trees

One product sold, one tree planted

One product sold, one tree planted

One Tree Planted

One Tree Planted is a 501(c)(3) non-profit founded in Shelburne, Vermont. They work with amazing reforestation organizations around the world that need financial support to help them get more trees in the ground.

The process is simple, a product sold a tree planted. We collaborate with them to compensate the ecological footprint we generate in our company, especially in the development of each product.

One product sold, one tree planted

100 trees planted

in 2019


900 trees planted

1075 trees planted

in 2021


1515 trees planted

in 2022


606 trees planted

in 2023 (Updated April 24)


4196 trees planted

that reduced 4,044,000 kg of CO2

that’s the CO2 produced by

5014 flights from Madrid to NYC

5014 flights from Madrid to NYC

(Normally, there are 5 flights per day from Madrid to NYC)

(Normally, there are 5 flights per day from Madrid to NYC)

Environmental impact generated in the manufacturing of Woodendot products. (CO2)

We collaborate in reforestation projects in Haiti

One Tree Planted has reforestation projects in all continents. Reforestation is a major challenge for Haiti. Centuries of over-farming and poor agricultural methods have destroyed the region’s soil.

Erosion makes it very difficult to grow food, and dramatically increases the impact of natural disasters. Planting trees here will help restore nutrients to the soil and teach local farmers how to use the land responsibly and profitably.

One Tree Planted works with an amazing partner in Haiti that uses social enterprise to tackle reforestation. Focusing on community development, they help establish farmer cooperatives and rural farm businesses with a strong focus on empowering women.

Deforestation in Haiti

Haiti is a mountainous country that was once covered in lush tropical forests and fertile valleys. Since colonization, its forests have been cleared for industralization – primarily coffee plantations, timber exports, and charcoal.

Over 70% of Haiti’s annual energy comes from wood-based fuels, creating a serious threat to air quality. It’s estimated that between 30 and 40 million trees are cut down each year, and approximately 4,000 kilotons of wood are harvested for energy consumption.

Haiti’s unpredictable climate makes it susceptible to drought, flash flooding, and hurricanes. Soil erosion and lack of tree cover exacerbate the impact of these disasters.

Deforestation in Haiti is closely linked to the poverty cycle; lack of access to fertile ground has led poorer farmers to cultivate steep, treeless slopes, destroying the topsoil and making it difficult for them to yield crops.

Why planting trees is part of taking care of the environment?

Help absorb greenhouse gases.

Healthy forests help absorb greenhouse gasses and carbon emissions that are caused by human civilization and contribute to the fight against global climate change.

They are the world’s premier biodiversity sanctuary

80% of the world’s terrestrial plants and animals live in forests and are losing their habitats to deforestation. Loss of habitat can lead to species extinction.

Regulate Climate

300 BILLION tons of carbon are stored in the Earth’s forests, which helps regulate its climate by regulating atmospheric gases, stabilizing rainfall, and protecting against desertification.

Renew the water cycle

Trees play an important role in the water cycle, grounding the water in their roots and releasing it into the atmosphere. In the amazon, more than half the water in the ecosystem is held within the plants without trees and plants, the climate may become dryer.

They generate a positive social impact in the disadvantaged communitie

By empowering local farmers using a “tree currency” system, and teaching them how to use their land sustainably and profitably. While restoring nutrients to the soil and feeding the community.