Carbon Footprint | Native deciduous tree species are planted to help maintain the environment and biodiversity in the UK. Planting takes place at school sites and other biodiversity sites, and all trees are high-quality, cell-grown "whips" (annual seedlings).
Forestry and Land Use
€13 / tonne
Planting is a great way to help sequester carbon emissions. Through photosynthesis trees absorb carbon dioxide to produce oxygen and wood. By ensuring that the trees planted are native broad leaf species you can help to preserve the UK's environment and biodiversity. Planting takes place in school locations and other biodiversity sites. All trees are high quality cell grown 'whips' (year old saplings). By supporting our programme not only are you planting trees in your region of the UK you will also be helping to provide wildlife habitats & support biodiversity, plant native British trees, enhance the natural UK landscape and offset CO2 emissions.