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LET’S PLANT TREES

TreeEra helps individuals and businesses reduce their carbon footprint and combat the effects of climate change by community-funding the planting of trees.

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CLIMATE CHANGE FEELS LIKE A COMPLICATED PROBLEM

We provide a simple first step to get off the sidelines.

WE DRIVE, WE EAT, WE WORK – ALL ASPECTS OF OUR LIVES HAVE A CARBON FOOTPRINT

Planting trees is an easy way to help offset that footprint.

TREES PROVIDE US THE AIR TO BREATHE

The more we plant the more we benefit.

TREES ARE A MEASURABLE GESTURE OF SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

A single tree can offset up to one ton of CO2 in it’s lifetime.

LET’S PLANT TREES

As a community we can accomplish more.

A LOW-COST MONTHLY MEMBERSHIP MAKES TREE PLANTING EASY

AS A COMMUNITY, WE CAN ACCOMPLISH MORE

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Your membership with TreeEra supports the planting of new trees — a simple way to take yourself off the sidelines in the fight against climate change and reduce your individual carbon footprint.

200 Trees for $12

200 Trees

$20/month plants 200 trees on your behalf annually

About the same as one work-out class per month.

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100 Trees for $12

100 Trees

$12/month plants 100 trees on your behalf annually

About the same as one work-out class per month.

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“Every time you spend money, you’re casting a vote for the kind of world you want.”

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WHERE WE PLANT

TreeEra has partnered with Brinkman & Associates, one of the leading tree-planting companies in North America. In the last 40 years, they have planted over one billion trees and counting.

We have secured our first plant location. The area we propose to plant in 2017 is near Barrier, north of Kamloops in BC. In 2003 the Mclure Fire burned for 75 days straight destroying 26,000 hectares of forest, 72 homes, and 9 businesses including the prime employer, the Tolko Lumber mill. During the fire, 3800 people were evacuated. All of the areas proposed for planting are on Crown land where replanting is required to mitigate the impact of poor natural regeneration.