AirFresh Solutions will plant 10 trees for every product sold
Through our partnership with Trees For The Future, AirFresh Solutions will plant 10 trees in developing nations for every product sold. By purchasing from us, your not only making a difference in your own life, but also promoting positive change and sustainability world wide. Together we can create a greener planet for all of us.
About Trees For The Future
Trees for the Future is improving the livelihoods of impoverished farmers by revitalizing degraded lands. Since 1989, with our experience in planting over 115 million trees all over the world, we have demonstrated the transformative power of trees in helping people break out of the poverty trap while also addressing the global environment. Today, our work in East and West Africa is helping to build a world where people can leave a legacy of opportunity through sustainable practices and productive lands for future generations.
Sorobo Health Center and Gaidare Kussia Forest Gardens in Ethiopia
About the tree planting program
The Forest Garden Program is a simple, replicable and scalable approach with proven success. By planting specific types of trees and crops in a systematic manner over a four year period, families can change their lives forever. Forest Gardens provide families with sustainable food sources, livestock feed, products to sell, fuel wood and up to a 500% increase in their annual income.
Trees For The Future currently has 14 projects underway in five countries in Sub Saharan Africa. Their focus is on the implementation of Forest Garden Programs in Cameroon, Kenya, Senegal, Uganda and Tanzania, as these are areas where they are having the biggest impact and seeing amazing results.
Lilia Dela Cruz Family Farm in the Philippines
How it works
Farmers learn to plan for their family’s future by discovering how planting 4,000 trees with food crops will help them make more money, grow more food and build a sustainable future.
Farmers learn to plant rows of nitrogen fixing trees in and along borders of their degraded land to protect the field from pests and stop erosion.
Farmers learn to plant over 12 types of fruit trees and vegetables to meet market opportunities and the nutritional needs of their families.
Forest Gardens give families: Significant increases in income, more paydays, more nutritious food to eat, security from risks related to markets, pests, and weather extremes, free alternatives to pesticides and fertilizers, feed for livestock, and fuel wood to cook.