Planting trees together for a green and healthy world.

Our world needs more trees. For a better climate, more biodiversity and healthy living conditions. For this reason, Trees for All Foundation plants forests and trees in the Netherlands and abroad. Will you help us?

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We plant trees for life

Trees are essential to all life on earth. They give us oxygen, clean air, food, protection, coolness and water. Forests are important for biodiversity and provide a habitat for countless plants and animals. Forests also play a major role in tackling climate change. So it is important that we protect and restore our existing forests and plant new ones. You, too, can make a difference. Help create more forests in the world!

What have we already achieved?

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trees and shrubs planted in the Netherlands and abroad

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sustainable reforestation projects carried out

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Trees for All plants trees in the Netherlands and abroad. This way, we help create a better climate, more biodiversity and healthier living conditions for everyone. Will you join us?

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Where do we plant?

Trees for All supports sustainable forestry projects all over the world. Besides helping to make the Netherlands greener, we’re also active in the rest of Europe and in developing countries. And this is a deliberate choice, as climate change is a global problem and the consequences can be felt everywhere. By planting forests around the world and raising people’s awareness of the importance of trees, we contribute to a liveable planet for everyone.

The impact of our trees

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“It’s not about planting trees, but about growing trees.”

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