top of page

*This is a one-time purchase and does not fall within our subscription options*


Every tree you sponsor is a step towards a greener, healthier planet. Whether it's dedicating a tree in someone's honor or supporting as part of corporate social responsibility, every contribution counts. Choose the number of trees you would like to fund and we will ensure that they are planted in Canadian forests impacted by wildfires. 

In the aftermath of devastating wildfires, there emerges a beacon of hope and rejuvenation: The Wildfire Restoration Tree Planting Initiative. This project goes beyond simply planting trees—it's about breathing life back into ravaged landscapes, restoring natural habitats, and supporting a sustainable future for generations to come.



  • Restoration of Native Flora: Our initiative focuses on reintroducing native tree species, ensuring the restoration of the natural ecosystem and promoting biodiversity.
  • Climate Positive Impact: By revitalizing fire-stricken areas, we actively combat climate change, enhancing carbon sequestration and reducing our global carbon footprint.
  • Community Engagement: Our project is a collaborative effort, fostering community involvement, creating jobs, and promoting eco-consciousness at the grassroots level.
  • Wildlife Habitat Recovery: Our efforts help restore habitats for wildlife displaced by wildfires, ensuring they return to safe and nourishing environments.
  • Sustainable Forestry Practices: We employ techniques that ensure long-term forest health, soil integrity, and water resource protection.


Environmental Benefits:

  • Soil Stabilization: Trees play a crucial role in preventing soil erosion, maintaining the health of watersheds, and ensuring clean water sources.
  • Air Purification: The newly planted trees will work tirelessly to purify the air, removing pollutants and providing fresher, cleaner air for all.
  • Temperature Regulation: Forests act as natural climate regulators. By restoring them, we ensure balanced local climates and mitigate extreme weather patterns.



Wildfire Reforestation

    bottom of page