You can still enjoy the huge benefits of buying your garden building from Tiger and plant two trees whilst doing it!
With the help of our partners at Eden Reforestation project Tiger will now be able to replant TWO TREES for every order placed.
Eden Reforestation Projects (Eden) is a non-profit organization based in California, USA, that works in developing countries to reduce extreme poverty and restore healthy forests.
Eden employ over 14,800 local people in ten different countries: Madagascar, Haiti, Nepal, Indonesia, Mozambique, Kenya, Honduras, Ethiopia, Philippines and Nicaragua and they have currently produced, planted and protected over 977 million trees.
Trees Produced, Planted And Protected
Eden Reforestation Project Sites In 10 Countries
Employees Empowered With Fair Wages
Every day, working in some of the world’s most remote and politically unstable places, Eden overcome challenges with grit, relentlessness, creativity, and an unwavering commitment to their mission to plant trees and save lives.
Today, Eden operate in 10 project countries, plant nearly a million trees per day, and maintain planting levels even when faced with civil unrest, extreme weather, wild animals, or other disruptions. As they restore the forest canopy, leaf litter, water and wildlife return, and nature begins to heal. Meanwhile, communities that are facing extreme poverty are given new opportunities at economic self-sufficiency, improved health, and education.
Eden provide economic incentives and simple planting techniques to support local communities in restoring their local environment and economy. They keep their systems simple, so they can be easily replicated and implemented by people who don’t have many resources and must deal with treacherous roads, unreliable electricity, and spotty internet.
Putting the local community at the center of their work inspires great commitment to reforestation in their country and a sense of ownership to protect their forests long-term. Both Eden and the communities’ success are inextricably entwined.
To learn more about Eden Reforestation Projects, please visit: edenprojects.org