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We're proud to be part of The Reforest Revolution.

Restoring our planet with TreeSisters, one tree at a time.

We take all our ingredients from the plant world, so it’s only fair that we help restore it, which is why we’ve partnered with TreeSisters to plant a tree for every order we receive.

We're proud to be part of The Reforest Revolution.

Restoring our planet with TreeSisters, one tree at a time.

We take all our ingredients from the plant world, so it’s only fair that we help restore it, which is why we’ve partnered with TreeSisters to plant a tree for every order we receive.

Who are TreeSisters?

Who are TreeSisters?

TreeSisters is a women's environmental charity.

Together with small donors and local communities, they are a network of people who currently plant 2.2 million trees each year across Madagascar, Kenya, Nepal, Brazil and Cameroon.

How does it work?

TreeSisters gets donations from individual donors and small businesses like us, and works with charities like Eden Reforestation Projects, who employs local people to plant trees.

They create reforestation programs that focus on encouraging women’s leadership, giving opportunities to local people and using native trees to transform both lives and landscapes in extraordinary ways.

“We have to make it as natural to give back to nature as it is to take nature for granted” - Clare Dubois

Why is it important?

Climate change is no longer a debate, it’s actually the greatest threat to our future. Our climate is changing because of one simple fact, our world is getting hotter. In fact, 20 of the warmest years on record have all happened in the last 22 years. 

A hotter planet has many effects - some of which many people around the world are already experiencing - like the changes in our weather system that are creating superstorms and flooding.

A hotter planet causes sea levels to rise, which means people from vulnerable coastal areas are being displaced.

We’ve also seen more intense and frequent heat waves. Some recent heat waves have been so hot that creatures specifically adapted to heat are unable to survive.

And when even the smallest percentage of the earth’s species die out, we risk collapsing the world’s ecosystem. The networks that support the whole of life on earth.

The good news is that there is time to turn things around, but not much. What happens now and the next few years, will profoundly affect the next few thousand years.

How does reforestation help?

Because our polar ice caps are melting faster than anyone imagined possible, keeping the planet cool rests on the shoulders of tropical forests.

When we plant trees to restore forests, we are helping to create 37% of the CO2 needed to stop the earth’s temperature from rising.

Forests can stop runaway global heating, encourage rainfall, guarantee clean water, reduce air pollution, and provide livelihoods for local people and reserves for wildlife.

Here at WildMint we believe that all forms of life, in all its diversity is beautiful, are valuable and important.

And even though planting a tree may seem like a small effort in light of all there is to do, we also know that every tree helps!

TreeSisters is a women's environmental charity.

Together with small donors and local communities, they are a network of people who currently plant 2.2 million trees each year across Madagascar, Kenya, Nepal, Brazil and Cameroon.

How does it work?

TreeSisters gets donations from individual donors and small businesses like us, and works with charities like Eden Reforestation Project, who employs local people to plant trees.

They create reforestation programs that focus on encouraging women’s leadership, giving opportunities to local people and using native trees to transform both lives and landscapes in extraordinary ways.

“We have to make it as natural to give back to nature as it is to take nature for granted” - Clare Dubois

Why is it important?

Climate change is no longer a debate, it’s actually the greatest threat to our future. Our climate is changing because of one simple fact, our world is getting hotter. In fact, 20 of the warmest years on record have all happened in the last 22 years. 

A hotter planet has many effects - some of which many people around the world are already experiencing - like the changes in our weather system that are creating superstorms and flooding.

A hotter planet causes sea levels to rise, which means people from vulnerable coastal areas are being displaced.

We’ve also seen more intense and frequent heat waves. Some recent heat waves have been so hot that creatures specifically adapted to heat are unable to survive.

And when even the smallest percentage of the earth’s species die out, we risk collapsing the world’s ecosystem. The networks that support the whole of life on earth.

The good news is that there is time to turn things around, but not much. What happens now and the next few years, will profoundly affect the next few thousand years.

How does reforestation help?

Because our polar ice caps are melting faster than anyone imagined possible, keeping the planet cool rests on the shoulders of tropical forests.

When we plant trees to restore forests, we are helping to create 37% of the CO2 needed to stop the earth’s temperature from rising.

Forests can stop runaway global heating, encourage rainfall, guarantee clean water, reduce air pollution, and provide livelihoods for local people and reserves for wildlife.

Here at WildMint we believe that all forms of life, in all its diversity is beautiful, are valuable and important.

And even though planting a tree may seem like a small effort in light of all there is to do, we also know that every tree helps!

Our mission is to significantly help replenish the world's forests.

Thank you for your support!

Our mission is to significantly help replenish the world's forests.

Thank you for your support!