Tree Planting

In a bid to offset our C02 emissions and to play our part in the fight against climate change, Soulwood has partnered with Tree Nation whose reforestation and conservation   projects help to restore forests, create jobs, support local communities and protect biodiversity.
Every time you buy a Soulwood item, a tree will be planted in your name.
You will even get to plant your own tree!
When you make a purchase you'll receive a web link so that you can plant your tree (without getting your hands dirty) and learn more about the species you have planted, why it is needed, which one of our chosen projects you have contributed to and exactly where your tree is located - pretty cool right!
We pride ourselves on being a business with soul and we choose to create our products with gifts from Mother Nature.  We have a deep appreciation for all the incredible things Mother Nature provides us with which is why planting trees to give back and to nurture the planet is a natural decision for us.  We also know that as an online retailer, operating our business has an impact on the planet - right down to shipping your orders to you.  That is why we have committed to planting a tree for every single order, along with out commitment to continually make our operations kinder to the planet with continued education and earth friendly resources.
  As we grow, the amount of trees we plant will too.
C02 emissions hugely contribute to climate change.  Trees have a critical role to play in balancing oxygen & C02 levels.  With deforestation across the world more C02 is released into the atmosphere causing devastating effects on our planet.  Rising temperatures contribute to rising sea levels, with warmer ocean temperatures threatening wildlife and leading to extinction.
We accept our responsibility to work towards offsetting our emissions and fighting climate change.
More About Tree-Nation
Tree Nation's mission is to reforest the world. Planting trees has been proven to be one of the most efficient solutions to fight Climate Change.

Thanks to their reforestation and conservation projects they help to restore forests, create jobs, support local communities and protect biodiversity. Through the Tree-Nation platform they aim to bring a technological solution to the problem of Deforestation, responsible for about 17% of all Climate Change emissions. They want to use technology to make tree planting easy and provide support, advice and solutions to citizens and companies to help them transition towards a sustainable future.

With 85% of all terrestrial species living in tropical forests, whose existences are intrinsically bound to the forests, their habitat, they work to restore and preserve the biodiversity to help avoid a mass extinction.

Tree-Nation have made the experience of planting a tree super easy and fun.  After virtually planting your tree, you are able to find all the information regarding the real tree: the species details, it's location and a link to the tree certificate.

Tree-Nation Projects:
We have highlighted a few of the projects we are currently supporting below:
The Plant to Stop Poverty project uses an incorporated approach to advice and help peasantry communities in rural areas to practice agroforestry as a way to fight against prevailing poverty and climate change effects. With this mode food and income securities are guaranteed while forests are restored and protected through tree planting. We have a previous experience of planting more than 140.000 trees in other projects in different districts.
Find out more about the project here:  
In response to the large-scale loss of mangroves and upland forests in Madagascar, Eden initiated the Madagascar Reforestation Project. The cooperation with Tree-Nation began in 2019 and since its inception, Eden has successfully planted over 10 million mangrove and dry deciduous trees with TN in northwest Madagascar.
The Tiger project is being implemented on the fringes of Similipal National Park in the State of Odisha. Similipal National Park is home to the only known habitat of the elusive melanistic, or black, tigers. Similipal is one of India’s oldest tiger reserves. Declared in 1973 under Project Tiger, it contains 2,750 sq km of forest and is prime habitat for tigers, prey species and elephants. 
The younger women are also happy to earn a salary and eager to experience the other environmental benefits that the trees will bring to the village. These include cleaner air and water, and cooler temperatures. The large-scale planting will boost ecosystem services by giving local residents access to all type of minor non-timber forest products, as well as helping to revive traditional conservation practices.