Trees make a world of difference
Foster then donate a seedling every year

Trees sequester carbon, create oxygen, release vapor into the atmosphere additional they improve air, water and soil quality.
Exactly what we need.
Planting trees
For a tomorrow

WOW Mother earth is amazing!

An endless list of WOW all around us.

Life all around us

There are more living microbes in a teaspoon of soil than there are people on the earth. That's how prevalent life is on our planet.
Full of life

How many species

Researchers at Hawaii University, estimates that a total of 8.7 million species live on the planet. We have described only 15% of all the organisms that live on Earth. To be more precise, we still have 86% of the terrestrial species to be described and 91% of the marine species.
One of many

Every second breath comes from the ocean

70% of the oxygen in the atmosphere is produced by marine plants; benefiting every living organism on the planet.
More than important

Endless systems supporting life

Water vapor transpired by trees is amazing. Trees release water vapor into the air which travels around the world in clouds to support life. The trees in the Amazon forest release more water vapor into the atmosphere every day than water that runs down the Amazon river every day!
Floating Oceans

Natural A/C units

A single redwood can remove as much as 500 gallons of water a day out of fog. That’s as much water as you might use in an hour long shower!
Nature at work

Arctic terns

North American Arctic Terns fly about 24,000 miles each year. That’s a distance about equal to the distance around the earth. Over its lifetime of about 25 years, an Arctic tern can fly nearly 3 times the distance from the Earth to the moon.
No fuel required

Truly a non-stop flight

Albatross can cover more than 9,000 miles in a single trip. That's farther than any plane designed today can fly without refueling.
Record distance

Unbelievable life

Researchers at the Rocky Mountain Tree-Ring Research Group discovered the oldest individual tree in the world; a 5,062 years old Great Basin bristle cone pine (Pinus longaeva) in the White Mountains of California.
5,062 years old

The only one

No matter how large a telescope, no matter what direction we point it; this is the only planet with life on it!
Be WOWed

Help mother earth repair our damage.

Every new seedling will keep the WOW going.

Join us and The Daisies Girl Scout troop Sat. Dec 11th 11am to 2 pm to get a free foster tree.
2233 Middlefield Rd. Redwood City Ca.

Foster a seedling & then donate it to a reforestation project to help with the climate crisis.


Foster-A-Tree today

Attend a fostering event for a seedling to foster for 6 to 12 months.


Sun & Water that's it

Your seedling comes with everything it needs. You don't have to change the container or soil just give it water and sunlight according to the instructions provided. Time and a little bit of care will prepare it for success in it's forever home. As it grows the root system will develop and the stems and branches will become bigger and healthier.
Storing Carbon


Select a forever home for your seedling.

Use our online map to select the perfect home for your fostered seedling. Once it's ready to go your seedling will be planted in the plot you have selected. Drop off your seedling to a participating school, library or other drop of location and the bar code on your seedlings container will tell us where you would like it planted. Once your seedling is planted in it's new for-ever home we will add the Geo-codes of the seedling to your account. Use drone and satellite images to track the progress of the seedling you have fostered for our mother earth.
Tree loss


How do I affect climate change?

Americas' carbon impact is higher than any other country. Everything we purchase and most of our transportation needs has a carbon impact. Use the link to see what your impact is.
My Carbon Impact

What are Greenhouse Gases?

There are a few greenhouse gases but Carbon Dioxide is the longest living greenhouse gas. Burning fossil fuels (coal, natural gas and oil) is a leading contributor to climate change.
Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Why are the oceans so important?

The oxygen that we depend on as humans comes predominantly from the ocean. With climate change and the acidification of the oceans, life on the planet is in danger.
Oxygen for life

What is ocean Acidification?

The more Carbon Dioxide the ocean sequesters the more acidic the ocean's become. The ocean is 30% more acidic than it was 200 years ago, and it is acidifying faster than at any time in Earth’s history.
A crisis is occurring

Why plant trees

Trees are unique in their ability to lock up large amounts of carbon in their wood, and continue to add carbon as they grow. Planting trees is the only and the cheapest option for storing the carbon we have created.
350 million years' experience

What is climate change?

The climate is changing and science can help us understand it.
The Science and Facts


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