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Indigenous forests contain up to 80% more biodiversity compared to non-native forests


Mature indigenous forests can sequester an average of 30-50 metric tons of carbon dioxide per hectare

Our aim is to lead County and National Governments in indigenous tree planting, caring, and development efforts. This ensures sustainability and lasting positive effects. By prioritizing government involvement, we create a strong foundation for long-term environmental impact.

Placing governments at the forefront guarantees sustainable practices and impactful outcomes. Through coordinated action, policies, and resource allocation, we support the growth and health of indigenous trees. This approach maximizes the benefits for current and future generations.

Engaging governments fosters shared responsibility for environmental stewardship. Collaboration at all levels encourages active participation from communities and stakeholders. Together, under government leadership, we can create a more resilient and sustainable future.

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