At the start of this year, we planted trees to expand our forest. But our job is not done yet! To make sure these trees grow strong and healthy, we need to take good care of them.
Before planting trees, we carefully consider factors such as soil type, and climate conditions when selecting trees for each location. Each tree species have different benefits for the ecosystem.
Trees are essential for all life on Earth. You too can make a difference. Become a donor of The Green Core and contribute to a world filled with forests!
In the past few years, we have planted more than 6.751 trees in order to reduce CO2 emissions and contribute to a better world. However, what is the actual impact of tree planting?
An oak tree goes through many changes in its life cycle. They can absorb over 22kg of CO2 annually and provide food and habitat for wildlife. Also, oak trees offer ecosystem services like water regulation, soil stabilization, and carbon sequestration.
Our dream of the King and Queen's forest is now a reality! Oak and beech trees have been recently planted in France, and we are thrilled to see them come to life.
Watch the video now. Our dream of the King and Queen's forest is now a reality! We would like to take you through the process of planting this mixed forest of oak and beech trees. Watch the video now.
Join us in celebrating Earth Day and our commitment to reforestation and reducing CO2 emissions through tree planting and forest growth. Let's take action today!
We have started our planting journey in France. A team of Green Core volunteers have been working very hard for the past few days to plant the donated trees.
There is a lot that goes into planting trees. Planting trees often starts with land full of weeds. It is not a perfect flat piece of land. The land must be first cleared before the trees can be planted.