Help us plant 25,000 tropical trees in the Brazilian rainforest—and it’s absolutely FREE for you!
We’re planting 25,000 trees to help preserve the “lungs of the planet.” Join us on My Green Face and we’ll show our appreciation by planting a tropical tree in Brazil in your behalf — and you will also receive our free eCookbook “A Day of Living Green.”
You can sign in with your Facebook account. Ask your friends to join with you, and Mother Nature won’t have to do all the work alone.
Click Here to plant your tree.
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Let everyone know you just planted a tree in the Rainforest.
Did you know that your tree can remove 50 pounds of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere each year? Show your love for Mother Earth and help us plant 25,000 trees!
Why Rainforests Are Important
Rainforests are disappearing around the world, especially in Brazil where 1.5 acres of rainforest are lost every second. The Atlantic Forest along the southern coast has been devastated through logging, oil drilling, and deforestation so that only 6% of the original rainforest remains.
With your help, the Plant 25,000 Trees campaign can immediately begin to rebuild areas of the Atlantic Forest that have been destroyed. On the ground, the tree planting is coordinated by Trees for the Future, which since 1989 has been helping communities around the world plant trees. Through seed distribution, agroforestry training, and hands-on programs, Trees for the Future has empowered rural groups to restore tree cover to their lands, and help preserve traditional livelihoods and cultures. Learn more about Trees for the Future at www.plant-trees.org/
Thriving rainforests can contribute more economic value when left intact that when cut down for timber or grazing land for cattle. Besides providing many medicinal plants now used in prescription drugs, rainforests also provide nuts, fruit, and oils. On the other hand, deforestation eliminates 50,000 plant, animal, and insect species each year!
Help us change that. Together, we can plant 25,000 trees and make a difference!